You may not know him personally but you’ve seen his work. Matter of fact, you see his work every second of every game inside Bridgestone Arena.
And he needs your help.
Nashville Predators’ Game Ops extraordinaire Ron Zolkower (whose official title is Presentation Producer) has been diabetic for 27 years. Over time, his body has lost the ability to recognize when he’s having a blood sugar crash or a blood sugar spike, putting him in dangerous territory on a daily basis. Imagine falling asleep at night knowing that, if your blood sugar dips too low, you won’t feel it until it’s too late. This has prompted Zolkower and his family to look for alternative ways to detect such fluctuations.
Enter man’s best friend.
Ears Eyes Nose and Paws is a non-profit organization in Carrboro, North Carolina. Their sole purpose is to train and place service dogs and diabetic assistance dogs. If he can achieve his goal of $8,000, Zolkower will travel to the Tar Heel State in just two short weeks in order...