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The Nashville Predators have partnered with the World Wildlife Fund for Earth Hour... happening this Saturday… the event begins right after the Preds/Kings game with a performance on the Sommet Center Plaza by Jo Dee Messina that will include the first public debut of her new single, “Shine,” from her upcoming Unmistakable album, and a program that is being emceed by yours truly. At 8:30pm CDT the lights on the Sommet Center tower will be turned off by Mayor Karl Dean and Ms. Messina to start the event in downtown Nashville and then the rest of downtown Nashville will go dark for the hour.
Nashville is one of seven U.S. cities leading the global effort to show support for action on climate change. On Dec. 10, 2008, the World Wildlife Fund announced that Nashville would serve as an official “flagship” city for Earth Hour 2009. Other U.S. flagship cities are Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Las Vegas, Atlanta and San Francisco.
In Nashville to date, 234 businesses, buildings and landmarks have signed on to turn off their nonessential lights for Earth Hour (this number grows every day). This includes some of Nashville’s most iconic buildings – AT&T Building, L&C Tower, Country Music Hall of Fame, Hard Rock Café, Loveless Café, the Parthenon, Tennessee State Capitol, Schermerhorn Symphony Center, CMT billboard at the West End/Broadway split, pedestrian bridge, and LP Field.
It should be a lot of fun and an important cause… please join me after the Preds/Kings game on Saturday.
The “Where We Stand” Update
The Predators stand 8th in the Western Conference at 77 points They are one point ahead of Minnesota and Anaheim, two points ahead of St. Louis and three points ahead of Dallas.
The Predators are…
- Two points behind Edmonton.
- Five points behind 6th place Columbus, the Preds have two remaining games against the Jackets (3/31 @ CBJ, 4/4).
Tonight’s Impact Games
Join Brandon Felder and me for the fastest hour in radio… HockeyBuzz Radio, tonight at 6:00 on SportsRadio 560 WNSR, you can listen online at www.wnsr.com or you can download the podcast of the show at www.hockeybuzzradio.com
On tonight's HBR, we’ll talk to St. Louis Blues blogger Andy Strickland to discuss the run the Blues are on. We’ll do our review/preview of the week in Predator hockey and we’ll take your calls at 844-5600. That’s all on tonight's HockeyBuzz Radio…
Also... don't forget to check out www.hockeybuzzradio.com for updates, links to more hockey and Predator information. We also have a section called "Our House" chock full of pictures from recent games... some on the ice, but mostly of the fans... Be on the lookout for the HBR photographer and webmaster Denise McCann at Predator home games, smile pretty! And you too could be on hockeybuzzradio.com.