"It's going very well," said Brian Cersosimo, general manager of the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena.
"Overnight, we had so many people playing we had to use both rinks."
wasn't certain how many people had turned up for the event, but he
knew there were quite a lot.
I'm so excited Brian
invited WCA to be a part of this."
Johnson added that Cersosimo
had been diagnosed with heart disease and had experience with the heart center.
tied the two organizations together, hoping to raise money for the cause and promote awareness, she
"It was his
idea to let WCA come in," she
explained, adding that this was perfect timing because February is American Heart Month.
"Even though it was in the negatives outside, we had a lot of people come in," Cersosimo
"Individuals came in from Erie, Toronto and Olean to play.
It was a constant stream of people in and out."
said there was a large turnout for the KISS tribute band, Mizzbehavin', as well as for karaoke in the Bud Light Arena club
added that the basket raffle was doing well with many tickets being sold.