Get Two Free Griffins Tickets! Just PUT A LID ON IT!
1) Make a pledge to ALWAYS wear your helmet when riding your bike or scooter and when skating or skateboarding.
2) You'll receive a voucher for two free Griffins tickets to a 2017-18 regular season game and a chance to win a new bike! (Vouchers to be mailed later this summer.)
Offer valid for children ages 2-17, with parent's permission. Limit two tickets per child per season.
WHAT IS "PUT A LID ON IT!"?
The "Put A Lid On It!" (PALOI) helmet safety program is a public service of the Grand Rapids Griffins and is presented by Helen DeVos Children's Hospital. The PALOI program was founded by the Griffins in 2004 to promote helmet safety to elementary and middle school children throughout West Michigan, with an ultimate goal of reducing the occurrence and severity of head injuries sustained during wheeled sports and other outdoor activities.
In recognition of this effort, the Griffins were honored as the recipient of the Brain Injury Association of Michigan's 2007 Prevention Award.
If your company is interested in sponsoring the PALOI program, either click here for information or call the Griffins at (616) 774-4585 ext. 3046.
ATTENTION PARENTS! Click here for tips on choosing a helmet and getting your child to wear it.
2017 PALOI EVENTS
*June 28 at 2 p.m. - Lids at the Library - KDL Krause Memorial Branch (Rockford)
*June 29 at 2 p.m. - Lids at the Library - GRPL Madison Square Branch
...and more to come!
* Helmet distribution event
All events and times subject to change.
Through the Griffins’ “Put A Lid On It!” helmet safety program, presented by Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital, thousands of kids across West Michigan have made pledges to always wear their helmets when they ride their bikes. In return for their pledge, each child receives two free tickets from the Griffins.
During the 2015-16 season, one of those kids was also chosen at random as the winner of a brand new Giant bike from Village Bike & Fitness.
At the Griffins' game on April 16, 2016, 9-year-old Ava Jahnke of Middleville received her new bike. Congratulations Ava, and good job to all the other kids who use their heads and "Put A Lid On It!"
JUST THE FACTS