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    How do I ride the Zamboni?

    If you are interested in riding the Zamboni, please call the team office at 616.774.4585, or keep an eye out for contests on the Griffins' Facebook and Twitter pages.

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    What is a Griffin?

    A creature from Greek mythology that possesses the head and wings of an eagle and the body of a lion. The Griffins' nickname was adopted on Nov. 20, 1995.

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    Can I bring my camera or video camera to a Griffins game?

    Guests are welcome to bring cameras into Van Andel Arena for Griffins games for personal/non-commercial use, providing they conform to the following regulations. Still cameras must not have a lens that extends over 80 mm or a detachable lens over 80 mm. Pocket-sized videorecording devices, such as cell phones, digital cameras and flip cams, are permitted. Anyone wishing to use a still camera with a lens larger than 80 mm or wishing to record video with a camcorder or larger video camera must request and be approved for a credential by the Griffins public relations department. Guests must not stand in the aisles or obstruct the view of others while taking pictures or video, and tripods, monopods and other camera support pods are not permitted. Flash photography and the use of lights on videorecording devices are prohibited. The Griffins reserve the right to remove any guests who do not cooperate with this policy.

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    My organization is having a fundraiser. Would the Griffins be willing to donate anything?

    In order to request a donation, please mail of fax a letter of request to the Griffins with "Attn: Donation Request" on the letterhead of the organization holding the fundraiser. Please include in the letter all pertinent details regarding the event (date/time, what the event will benefit, tax ID number if applicable, etc...). Please note that the Griffins receive many requests for donations, so not all requests can be fulfilled.

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    Could you send me a pocket/magnet schedule or other team memorabilia?

    We would be happy to send pocket schedules once they become available, which is typically in September before the season starts. To request a pocket schedule, please mail a letter of request, along with a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:
         Grand Rapids Griffins
         Attn: Pocket Schedule request
         130 W. Fulton, Suite 111
         Grand Rapids, MI 49503
    Requests for magnet schedules and other team memorabilia cannot be fulfilled, as these items are either used for promotional giveaways or are sold at The Zone. Pocket schedule requests made by phone or email without an accompanying SASE will not be fulfilled.

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    How can I arrange for Griff or Finn to visit my seats during the game?

    You must have tickets to the game before you can arrange for a Griff or Finn visit. Please call 616-774-4585 ext. 3024 with your seat location to arrange the visit at least two weeks prior to te game. A $25 donation to the Griffins Youth Foundation is required.

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    How can I sing the national anthem(s) at a Griffins game?

    In order to sing the national anthem(s) at a Griffins game you must send a recording or yourself performing to:
         Grand Rapids Griffins
         Attn: National Anthem
         130 W. Fulton, Suite 111
         Grand Rapids, MI 49503
    Recordings may also be submitted be emailing an mp3 file to griff@griffinshockey.com with the subject line: National Anthem. Be sure to include your name, address, phone number and email address with the recording.

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    How do I get my birthday/anniversary announced at a Griffins game?

    To request to have your birthday or anniversary announced at a Griffins game, please click here and fill in the requested information. A $25 donation to the Griffins Youth Foundation is required.

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    Do the Griffins hold tryouts for players?

    No. Training camp spots are by invitation only.

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