Lynx and Land O'Lakes Team Up For Second Harvest Heartland Food Drive
First 100 Fans to Donate Food Receive Free Lynx Tickets
The Minnesota Lynx and Land O’Lakes, Inc. are teaming up to host a food drive to benefit Second Harvest Heartland. As part of its commitment to Second Harvest Heartland, Land O’Lakes will donate $1 for every pound of food collected from Lynx fans during the month of August.
The first 100 Lynx fans to donate canned goods will receive free tickets to the Lynx final regular season home game on August 16 at 7 p.m. Fans can drop off food donations and receive their tickets at the Timberwolves and Lynx administrative office in Target Center. Each canned item is good for one Lynx ticket. Fans can receive up to two tickets each.
Additional drop-off locations include:
Second Harvest Heartland:
- 1140 Gervais Ave, St. Paul
- 6325 Sandburg Rd., Ste 1700, Golden Valley
- 4001 Lexington Ave. N, Arden Hills
About Land O'Lakes, Inc.
Land O'Lakes, Inc., one of America's premier agribusiness and food companies, is a member-owned cooperative with industry-leading operations that span the spectrum from farm production to consumer foods. With 2013 annual sales of more than $14 billion, Land O'Lakes is one of the nation's largest cooperatives, ranking 199 on the Fortune 500. Building on a legacy of more than 93 years of operation, Land O'Lakes today operates some of the most respected brands in agribusiness and food production including LAND O LAKES® Dairy Foods, Purina Animal Nutrition and WinField. The company does business in all 50 states and more than 60 countries. Land O'Lakes, Inc. corporate headquarters are located in Arden Hills, Minn.
About Second Harvest Heartland
Second Harvest Heartland is one of the nation’s largest, most efficient and innovative food banks. In 2013, it delivered more than 65 million meals to nearly 1,000 food shelves, pantries and other agency partner programs serving 59 counties in Minnesota and western Wisconsin. Second Harvest Heartland helps relieve hunger not only by sourcing, warehousing and distributing food, but through data-driven thought leadership and community partnerships that help improve the region’s larger hunger relief system. For more information, visit 2harvest.org or call 651.484.5117.