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Seahawks Invite Fans to Cinerama to Re-live Super Bowl Season
Members of the Seahawks Women's Association and Delaware North Sportservice hosted approximately 150 local women and children at CenturyLink Field as Seahawks players, members of the Sea Gals and mascot Blitz served thanksgiving dinner. Watch
RENTON, Wash. - Cinerama is hosting viewing parties of the film "Super Bowl XLVIII Champions Seattle Seahawks" April 20-30. Tickets for each show are $12 and can be purchased at Cinerama.com, 12 percent of all ticket sales will be donated to "Ben's Fund."
The 75 minute film, "Super Bowl XLVIII Champions Seattle Seahawks," chronicles the Seahawks' historic 2013 season, culminating with the 43-8 victory over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII in New York/New Jersey.
"The screenings provide a perfect outlet for Seahawks fans to gather together, re-live the team's most successful season and start preparing for the NFL Draft," said Cinerama Operator Greg Wood. "We invite fans to come in their game day attire and cheer along."
Downtown Seattle's premier theater featuring state-of-the-art audio and visual technology, wide-screen 70mm films, and the newest 3-D offerings. Regularly voted as one of the city's best places to watch a film. Cinerama is located at 2100 4th Avenue. For more information visit http://www.cinerama.com or call (206) 448-6680.
About Ben's Fund
Ben's Fund was launched in 2012 by Seahawks Executive Vice President/General Manager John Schneider and his wife Traci to provide grants for families supporting a child, or children on the autism spectrum in the state of Washington. Grants can be utilized to cover costs associated with medical bills, therapies and other resources. The intent of establishing Ben's Fund at Families for Effective Autism Treatment (FEAT) is two-fold: to provide grants to families to help them obtain services for their children on the spectrum, and to drive families to FEAT so they will be connected to a larger community to receive ongoing guidance and assistance as they continue their journey with autism. One in 68 children and one in 42 boys are affected with autism.
About Families for Effective Autism Treatment (FEAT) of Washington
FEAT of Washington is a non-profit organization that strives to reach families with a child or children on the autism spectrum, providing support, guidance and resources for families in the community. For the past 15 years, FEAT WA has been developing, creating and inspiring autism programming for Washington's children solely to achieve one purpose - to help those children reach their full potential. Visit featwa.org to learn more. Read