GLENDALE, AZ - The Phoenix Coyotes announced Tuesday that fans who suffer from food allergies now have a safe place to watch games.
The Coyotes, in partnership with Jobing.com Arena and the Phoenix Allergy Network, now offer a suite where fans can watch all Coyotes games and arena concerts and shows.
The suite is allergy friendly and offers an allergy friendly menu.
The menu is free from the top eight allergens, including peanut, tree nut, soy, wheat, dairy, egg, shellfish and fish. View the menu .
The suite is a private suite for fans who want to watch NHL games, as well as enjoy concerts and shows in a setting that can be shared by those with similar health concerns. The suite seats 12, and can hold up to 18.
“We are one of the few arenas in the country that are offering this exclusive opportunity,” said Jim Foss, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Jobing.com Arena. “We are excited to provide families with a safe and allergy friendly environment to enjoy Coyotes hockey and world class concerts.”
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