Philadelphia Hockey Legends to Play Local Business Leaders at WCRE's Second Annual Celebrity Charity Game

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  Wolf Commercial Real Estate (WCRE) is pleased to announce its Second Annual WCRE Celebrity Charity Hockey Event, in which several former Philadelphia Flyers will play alongside area business leaders to raise money for a variety of local causes.
  All proceeds from the event will be shared among six charities that WCRE regularly supports as part of its Community Commitment program: The CARES Institute at Rowan University, the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey, the Alzheimer's Association Delaware Valley Chapter, the American Cancer Society, YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties, and Samaritan Healthcare and Hospice
Who: WCRE, Lou Nolan, public address announcer of the Philadelphia Flyers, 30 local business leaders, and Philadelphia Hockey Legends Doug Crossman, Chris Therien, Kjell Samuelsson, Andre Faust, Todd Fedoruk and Brian Propp (who is also Director of Strategic Relationships at WCRE).
What: See six former Philadelphia Flyers back on the ice, playing alongside our friends and sponsors. The game will be followed by dinner and an auction to raise even more money for these great organizations.
When: Saturday, September 16, 2017
Game begins at 5:00 P.M.
Dinner and auction at 7:30 P.M.
Where: The game will be at the Flyers Voorhees Skate Zone, 601 Laurel Oak Road, Voorhees, New Jersey
Dinner and auction will be at Victory Bar & Grill, 795 Route 73, Berlin, NJ
Why: WCRE is passionately committed to the health, well-being, and success of the people of this region. We work closely with all of the charitable organizations who will benefit from this game as part of our Community Commitment initiative, and encourage our associates and clients to do the same.
  The firm donates a portion of the proceeds from each transaction to a charity of our client's choice. Learn more about our Community Commitment at
More: Visit our ticket link for more information .
(Members of the media covering the event do not need a ticket.)