Monday, September 11, 2017

Medieval Times Launches 2017 Community Commitment Campaign

From our friends at Medieval Times...

In celebration of their continued philanthropic and community efforts, Medieval Times has officially launched their 2017 Community Commitment Campaign.

Throughout the month of September, Medieval Times will be working with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and will be participating in the St. Jude Walk/Run to End Childhood Cancer on September 23 in Baltimore.

Medieval Times will once again be honoring the Pink Heroes in the local community throughout September and October. Family and friends can nominate the breast cancer survivor in their lives, known as a Pink Hero, to be chosen to win a prize pack from Medieval Times, complete with four tickets to the October 26 show at 7:30 PM, roses, a specialized decree and more. Pink Hero nominations will be accepted through September 30 by emailing with your Pink Heroes story. Medieval Times will also be continuing their work with Susan G. Komen this October, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, by participating in the 2017 Komen Baltimore Race for the Cure® in Baltimore on October 15.

“We are honored to be working with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Susan G. Komen for our Community Commitment Campaign,” said Nate Thompson, General Manager of Medieval Times. “Here at Medieval Times, we pride ourselves in giving back to the community and helping those in need.”

Medieval Times is committed to helping the communities in which they are located. In addition to hosting charitable organizations at the castle, Medieval Times launched a corporate-wide Chivalry in Action program in 2014, following the devastating typhoon in the Philippines. Since then, Chivalry in Action has grown to be a part of the Medieval Times mission, to be involved throughout the community, helping those in need and providing random acts of kindness.

About Medieval Times:
Medieval Times is the number one dinner attraction in North America with over 60 million guests entertained since the first castle opened in Kissimmee, Florida in 1983. The two hour show features a “hands on” four-course meal, heroic Knights on magnificent horses and thrilling swordplay.

Medieval Times is based on authentic medieval history and is the true story of a noble family dating back to the 11th century. The mission of Medieval Times is to value integrity and to treat people with the greatest respect, honesty and esteem.

The Baltimore castle opened in Hanover, MD at Arundel Mills Mall in 2003.