Langley country musician Dallas Smith.

Meet Dallas Smith at Vancouver Giants Fill the Rink night

Country musician will do meet and greet for donations to Basics for Babies

Country music star Dallas Smith will be making a special appearance in his hometown on Wednesday, March 1 for the Vancouver Giants Fill the Rink night.

Taking place during the G-Men’s 7 p.m. game against the Portland Winterhawks, the event will raise money for Basics for Babies.

Smith will be at the game for the ceremonial puck drop before hosting a meet and greet with fans. For a minimum $10 donation, Smith will be signing autographs and taking photos during the first intermission in the Envision Financial Banquet Hall.

“Basics for Babies is a great initiative that we are excited to be able to support,” said Dale Saip, Giants Senior Vice President.

“We’re also thrilled that Dallas Smith will be joining us at the game to give our fans an added incentive to donate to this very worthy cause.”

Basics for Babies was created in 1994 when radio station 93.7 JRfm recognized a chronic shortage of baby products at Lower Mainland Food Banks.

With the help of partners, Basics for Babies has raised over $2 million and hundreds of thousands of pounds of diapers, baby food, formula, pabulum and other items.

To purchase tickets to the game, visit www.ticketrocket.co or call 604-4-GIANTS (604-444-2687).

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