For many SLI persons served a lifetime dream became a reality this past weekend. After years of watching numerous WWE matches on television every Monday and Friday evening, 30 SLI persons served were finally able to experience the excitement and drama in person at the Kansas Expocentre. And it was better than most imagined!
With seats eight rows back from the ring, everyone was a part of the action! The evening included lots of cheering for their favorites – Dean Ambrose because he won, the Uso Brothers because they were good looking and R-Truth because he raps in addition to wrestling – and booing every single one of the bad guys. Some even got close enough to shake hands with The Great Kahli!
Most of our persons served do not have enough extra spending money to attend events of this nature, so the donated tickets from the Kansas Expocentre and WWE made it possible for them to experience something they have been admiring for a long time. And being able to see it live was a memory they will never forget.
Each and every person served that went to the match has their own unique story and memories that they cannot stop sharing with everyone that will listen! Even after three hours of non-stop wrestling, they all agreed it was not enough and are already asking when they can go back!