Boston Bruins Hold Winter Classic Breakfast For Season Ticket Holders

December 15th, 2009 by Christopher Leone Leave a reply »
Earlier today, the Boston Bruins welcomed about 200 season ticket holders to Fenway Park as part of a VIP breakfast in relation to the 2010 Bridgestone Winter Classic.

Held in the State Street Pavilion overlooking the field, attendees were treated to a continental breakfast as NHL Executive Vice President Brian Jennings and NBC coordinating producer Sam Flood led presentations about the event, the festivities surrounding it, and NBC's television coverage.

Fans were able to walk outside and see the construction in progress on the field. Between the beginning and end of the breakfast, the north end boards were put in place.

Jennings and Bruins Senior Vice President Amy Lattimer spoke to the crowd about the reasons that the third Winter Classic came to Boston. Jennings delivered a lengthy presentation elaborating on the success of last year's event at Chicago's Wrigley Field. Flood's presentation was much shorter, as he concentrated on the ways that NBC attempts to engage hockey fans with its broadcast.

"We knew our fans would be the first to sit outside in any degrees in this city, to cheer on the Bruins, no matter who they were playing ...

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