Legends partner with ZTE USA to wipe out Kid’s Cancer

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FRISCO, TX – The Texas Legends and ZTE USA, the fourth largest smartphone supplier in the U.S. and second largest in the no-contract market,* have partnered together for the third straight year to host a charity game night benefiting Wipe Out Kids’ Cancer on February 11.

Wipe Out Kids’ Cancer is a Dallas-based non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness and funding for pediatric cancer research nationwide. The Legends and ZTE USA will host ambassadors from WOKC along with their families for a night of encouragement and celebration while supporting the WOKC team.

“We are extremely proud to partner with the Texas Legends and WOKC for a third straight year to help raise awareness for pediatric cancer in our local Dallas community,” said Lixin Cheng, chairman and CEO of ZTE USA. “We want to provide a once in a lifetime experience for these ambassadors and make a difference for the WOKC organization so they can continue to positively impact those in need.”

The Legends will host the Memphis Grizzlies’ affiliate this Saturday and the team will suit up in custom jerseys, uniquely branded with both Wipe Out Kids’ Cancer and ZTE USA logos. Select game-worn jerseys will be available for purchase from the Legends’ online store (TexLegendsShop.com) with proceeds benefiting Wipe Out Kids’ Cancer.

“This is a night we look forward to every year,” commented Diane Busbee, Vice President of Development of Wipe Out Kids Cancer. “We are so grateful to ZTE for their generosity in making this night possible and to the Legends for hosting our families and providing an atmosphere where our kids can be kids.”

Throughout the game, fans will have the opportunity to win ZTE products, with the first 700 fans receiving a t-shirt courtesy of ZTE USA.

The Legends will be hosting the Iowa Energy in their third of four matchups this season with Texas leading the series 2-0. The game will be broadcast live on television—Texas 47—as well as radio—kvgiradio.com—and online at www.TexLegends.com.

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