Seahawks Surprise Military Veterans On Blue Friday
On Friday, November 2, the Seahawks surprised veteran Colby Atkinson, a volunteer project manager for Seattle 1st Platoon, and Kristina Marie, a veteran who has been actively involved with The Mission Continues. The surprise visits included Blue Thunder Drumline, the Sea Gals, and members of the team's community engagement staff, with the veterans receiving game tickets, Salute to Service gear, and a military coin, as well as Lyft rides to and from the game, a $100 gift card to the Pro Shop, and a Starbucks gift card. Lyft, the preferred rideshare partner of the Seahawks, will also donate 12% from all rides to and from Seahawks home games in November to The Mission Continues.
Best of 2018: Seahawks Community Events
Take a look back at some of the Seahawks' community events from the 2018 season.
Best of 2018: Seahawks Game Action
Take a look back at some of the best game action images from the Seahawks' 2018 season.
Eye On The Hawks: Seahawks at Cowboys
Go behind the scenes with team photographer Rod Mar as he shares moments from the Seattle Seahawks Wild Card game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Legion of Youth Powered by Boeing: Washington MESA
Legion of Youth, powered by Boeing, is a Seahawks gameday ticket experience for community organizations that serve youth throughout the Northwest. The Seahawks vs. Cardinals game featured MESA. MESA will be a catalyst and model for educational excellence and equity. They hope to accomplish this through a partnership of higher education, school districts, industry and business, government, community organizations, families, and alumni. MESA’s efforts are directed toward Washington K-14 students. Through MESA’s activities, participating students receive educational enrichment experiences and practical help needed to prepare for university-level studies in a variety of science and technology related fields. Get to know the inspiring youth: