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Roadrunners and Banner Health join forces for Superhero night

TUCSON, AZ -

The Tucson Roadrunners have partnered with Banner Health ahead of their Superhero Night on Saturday, April 7 when the Roadrunners take on the Grand Rapids Griffins at the Tucson Arena.

The Roadrunners and Banner Health will be welcoming Marvel Characters Captain America and Spider-Man who will both be on hand from 3:00PM-4:30PM at Diamond Children’s Medical Center visiting with youth patients.  

The duo will then head to the Roadrunners game where they will lead a meet and greet from 6:00PM – 6:45PM before being the guests of honor at the Roadrunners game that evening.  

The Roadrunners enter this weekend’s two-game series having already clinched a playoff spot for the AHL’s Calder Cup playoffs.

Tucson needs just seven more points over their final five games to become Pacific Division champions in just their second season.

Fans can purchase tickets for the meet and greet with the Marvel stars through a special ticket package that includes four Side Tickets and a $20 food voucher for just $100 (limited to the first 200 people).

The club previously announced that they will partner with Craig Cunningham’s “All Heart Foundation” that night with the Roadrunners former Captain in attendance along with Dr. Zain Khalpey, the doctor that saved Craig’s life in November of 2016, greeting fans and signing autographs. 

Additionally, the Roadrunners will be wearing special Super Hero jerseys that will be auctioned off following the game with proceeds going to the “All Heart Foundation”.

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