Capitals Players and Significant Others To Host Wish Upon A Par to Benefit Make-A-Wish® Mid-Atlantic
100% of proceeds benefit Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
January 16, 2018
– Select Capitals players and their significant others will host the second-consecutive “Wish Upon A Par,” on Wednesday, Feb. 7, at Top Golf Loudoun in Ashburn, Va. Coordinated by Brooks and Erin Orpik, the event offers fans the chance to bid to spend time with a favorite player or purchase tickets to attend, with all proceeds benefiting Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic. The auction and tickets are currently available at
. Participants do not have to be experienced golfers to partake in the event.
Capitals fans will be able to enjoy golf and gaming with players including Nicklas Backstrom, Jay Beagle, Madison Bowey, Andre Burakovsky, John Carlson, Alex Chiasson, Taylor Chorney, Brett Connolly, Christian Djoos, Lars Eller, Phillip Grubauer, Brooks Orpik, T.J. Oshie, Matt Niskanen, Devante Smith-Pelly, Chandler Stephenson, Tom Wilson and Jakub Vrana, as well as head coach Barry Trotz.
General and VIP ticket packages are available, featuring two and a half hours of play, food, access to a silent auction and additional activities. The VIP package also includes access to a pre-event meet and greet with players.
In addition, fans can bid on the opportunity to play a round of Topgolf with select Capitals players, featuring one Topgolf game with the winner, four guests and a Capitals player. The package also includes unlimited food with beer and wine, access to the silent auction and more.
The auction to play with your favorite Caps player is open to the public until January 26, 2018 and tickets are available until Feb. 2, 2018. Fans who are unable to attend will also be able to bid on the silent auction items online from Feb. 2 -7.
For more information and to bid or purchase tickets visit
About Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic
Make-A-Wish creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic serves children who reside in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Northern Virginia. Founded in 1983, the organization has granted more than 9,500 wishes in the Mid-Atlantic region since its inception. This year alone, 840 local children are expected to be diagnosed with a life-threatening medical condition. However, for every wish granted, at least one more local child is waiting. The community has the opportunity to make an impact today by helping Make-A-Wish to reach hundreds of kids whose wishes would go otherwise go unanswered this year. For more information, please visit: