Dallas Mavericks invite vaccinated essential workers to attend February home games as a ‘thank you’
DALLAS – The Dallas Mavericks are honoring important workers by inviting those who have been vaccinated to a home game at the American Airlines Center starting Monday.
“The Mavs and Mavs Foundation made a commitment last year to support our important employees through PPE and donated meals. This is just another way to thank us for serving us day in and day out. Hopefully this is a much-needed break from very hectic and turbulent schedules, “said Cynthia Marshall, CEO of Dallas Mavericks.
The Mavs say vaccinated key workers, including medics, police, firefighters, groceries and others, will be able to attend upcoming home games from February 8-14. The games are scheduled for February 8th, 10th, 12th and 14th.
“We owe so much to people who put their lives at risk to keep us safer,” said Mark Cuban, owner of Mavs, in a press release. “Getting you to a Mavs game is the least we can do.”
The organization says only 1,500 people will be allowed to play the first game on February 8th and must follow coronavirus protocols as per CDC, Dallas County Health & Human Services, and NBA:
For a more complete list of rules, regulations, and safety protocols, see the American Airlines Center Fan Safety Guidelines website.