Wednesday, November 2, 2011

A night of fun with Blues players to benefit
Dream Factory and Camp Rainbow  
        St. Louis, MO (November 1, 2011) – The St. Louis Blues are once again teaming up with the Dream Factory and Camp Rainbow for Dream Night with the Blues on Sunday, November 13, from 4 – 7 p.m. at Side Pockets in St. Charles.  For a small donation, fans can challenge Blues players to video games, billiards and other fun activities.  Players will also participate in autograph and photograph stations.  All proceeds from the evening will benefit the Dream Factory and Camp Rainbow. 
        "Dream Factory and Camp Rainbow are special causes that are close to our hearts," said Mike McCarthy, President and CEO, St. Louis Blues.  "Dream Night has been a wonderful event for us over the years and one that the organization, especially the players, look forward to participating in every year."
        The Dream Factory is a local nonprofit organization working to turn the dreams of seriously ill children into realities.  The Dream Factory has no paid employees and more than 92 cents of each dollar raised goes directly towards granting dreams for children in the Greater St. Louis Metropolitan Area.  Camp Rainbow is dedicated to providing free camping experiences to children who have survived cancer or are currently battling it.  Campers can create positive memories, build self-esteem, make new friends and are relieved of the everyday stresses caused by their illness. 
A limited amount of tickets for Dream Night with the Blues are still available, and are $25 for adults and $15 for children 12 and under.  The event is expected to sell out in advance.  For more information or to purchase tickets, visit

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