by Jeremy Skiba


Detroit, MI – The National Roller Hockey League is proud to announce a new season ticket plan called – Seasons Tickets for Charity. The program gives the chance for Roller Hockey fans to support their favorite team while helping others in need.

The Season Tickets for Charity Program will let NRHL fans give back to charities that serve people who are dealing with disabilities, cancer, illnesses and other life challenges. Once you purchase tickets through the program, 13 tickets will be donated to a charity for people who face these difficulties to attend a NRHL game. Season Tickets for Charity contributions are fully tax deductible.

The National Roller Hockey League has partnered with the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation to create the Season Tickets for Charity Program. A portion of every season ticket package will be donated to the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation, an organization that focuses on cancers of lymphocytes (a type of white blood cells). And as a thank you from the NRHL, all contributors will be listed in NRHL game programs and will be highlighted in NRHL press releases on teams’ websites and social media platforms.

NRHL Commissioner Bobby Clouston is glad that the NRHL can help provide a program like this to help raise charitable awareness.

“Giving back to charities around the world has always been a super important priority of mine. With this program, the NRHL will do just that and help create a fandom among people that can focus on something else than the difficulties they face every day,” Clouston said. “We are excited to see the Season Tickets for Charity program begin and reach a whole new fan base around the country.”

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Season Tickets for Charity

If you would like to purchase these season tickets, please visit the following link 

If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation at or at 248-644-9014.

The National Roller Hockey League is the only professional inline hockey league in North America and has teams in Detroit, St. Louis, Port Huron, and Grand Rapids.  For more information or to register for the 2019 NRHL Combine, visit our website at and find us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.