(Tulsa, Okla.) October 21, 2022 – This season, Tulsa nonprofits have a chance to watch Tulsa Oilers Hockey from suites inside BOK Center through the recently branded, Community Seats & Suites Program. The program, which is under the ASM Global Acts umbrella, focuses on expanding live entertainment opportunities and supporting the Tulsa community.

“We have partnered with area schools, first responders and non-profits, including the Tulsa Area United Way for many years, giving away tickets to shows and sports events as much as possible,” said Evan Falat, senior assistant general manager at BOK Center, “We continue to grow and build this program to provide more value and opportunities for Tulsans and for our suite ticket holders.”

The Community Suites & Seats Program provides nonprofits with an opportunity to share live entertainment with their staff, volunteers or clients. nonprofits can also utilize the donated seats and suites for fundraising purposes.

The Tulsa Oilers season begins tonight and Pathways Adult Learning Center will enjoy the game from Suite 32. Pathways is a nonprofit focused on helping adults with intellectual disabilities live happier, healthier, and more enriching lives. They’re bringing staff, students and family to the Tulsa Oiler’s game.

“Thank you for donating suite tickets to Friday night's hockey game to the students and families we serve,” said Monique Scraper, executive director of Pathways, “It's such a great way for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to get to experience what makes Tulsa so fun and special while having a fun night out to socialize and cheer on our team!”

In addition to providing the ASM Global Suite, Suite holders unable to attend BOK events are able to donate their seats to non-profits in the Tulsa area. Learn more about the program online here

ASM Global Acts is the philanthropic arm of the organization with goals to protect the environment, invest in people, and strengthen communities.