Post House was proud to partner with the Columbus Blue Jackets in creating a recap video of the Blue Jackets Foundation night “The Crease”. Held at the Columbus Athenaeum, The Crease was a Prohibition-era speakeasy style event that celebrated the 2015 NHL All-Star Weekend while also raising over $600,000 for the fight against pediatric cancer.
It was a party reminiscent of the 1920’s style underground establishments as patrons enjoyed vaudeville-style entertainment, displays of strange talents and acrobatics, music, dancing and a surprise show from Sara Bareilles. In honor of this once-in-a-generation opportunity to host the National Hockey League’s mid-season showcase, revelers enjoyed a night alongside VIPs from the Columbus Blue Jackets, the NHL, and other luminaries from sports, politics and business.
The fight against pediatric cancer remains the Blue Jackets Foundation's signature focus for much of its fundraising, programming, and grant-making efforts. To date, more than $2 million has been raised specifically for this cause since the Blue Jackets Foundation was established in 2000. Dollars raised currently fund a variety of support programs for pediatric cancer patients and their families, critical research projects and assistance in providing palliative care. For more information on the Foundation’s mission and all areas of giving, visit www.BlueJacketsFoundation.org.