RENTON, Wash. – The Seattle Seahawks and Boeing announced today seven local organizations to receive 2018 Seahawks home game tickets as part of the Legion of Youth Powered by Boeing (LOY) program. The Seahawks and Boeing are also seeking nominations to select one final group this season. Fans interested in nominating a local organization are encouraged to submit at www.seahawks.com/legionofyouth by September 30th, 2018. The final group will be announced in October 2018.
*The 2018 recipients are as follows: *
- Sept. 23 vs. Dallas Cowboys: Nerdy Girls
- Oct. 7 vs. Los Angeles Rams: FIRST Washington
- Nov. 4 vs. Los Angeles Chargers: Techbridge
- Nov. 15 vs. Green Bay Packers: Work Force Development Center
- Dec. 2 vs. San Francisco 49ers: Winner of Nominated Group
- Dec. 10 vs. Minnesota Vikings: Youth in Focus
- Dec. 23 vs. Kansas City Chiefs: JUMA
- Dec. 30 vs. Arizona Cardinals: Washington Mesa
“Boeing works to enhance opportunities for youth in Washington state and provide them with tools and resources that allow them to thrive,” said Kevin McAllister, president and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes. “That is why we teamed with the Seahawks to create this unique program that rewards local kids who are working hard to be leaders in their schools and communities.”
Started in 2014, the Legion of Youth Powered by Boeing program seeks to empower youth in Washington by providing Seahawks game tickets to community organizations that serve kids throughout the Northwest. LOY provides 100 game tickets to a group or organization each regular season home game.
During each of the eight regular season games, 25 students will each receive four game tickets, breakfast with a special visit from a Seahawks Legend, concession vouchers, and a Legion of Youth Powered by Boeing sweatshirt.
The Seahawks and Boeing are committed to helping provide safe, healthy activities for local youth. The program recognizes and rewards students who are committed to their school work, demonstrate leadership, and are active in the community. It also recognizes kids who may be facing difficult challenges and need a positive boost.