The Detroit Pistons announced today that the club is inviting Detroiters to fill out 2020 Census forms and register to vote for the November 3 general election during two events in September. As part of the organization’s continued commitment to promoting civic engagement, the club will host two weekend pop-up events in conjunction with Pistons Neighbors Program activities on Saturday, September 12 at Adams Butzel Recreation Center and on Saturday, September 19 at Pingree Park.
In partnership with the City of Detroit and Secretary of State, the events will include free food from local food trucks, branded giveaways for census completion and voter registration, entertainment from Pistons Mascot Hooper and Pistons Dancers, and refreshments from United Dairy. The events coincide with the eight-week ‘Pistons Neighbors Program,’ which began on July 29 and offers free programming for children and families through September 27.
CENSUS-VOTER REGISTRATION – EVENT ONE
Saturday, Sept. 12 from 3-6 p.m.
Adams Butzel Recreation Center, 10500 Lyndon St, Detroit, MI 48238
Pistons Neighbors Program pop-up event will include tabling for census completion and voter registration, free food, Detroit Pistons giveaways and appearances from Pistons Legend Earl Cureton, Hooper and Pistons’ Entertainment Teams as well as park activities featuring a games cart and dance tutorials from Motor City Dance Academy.
CENSUS-VOTER REGISTRATION – EVENT TWO
Saturday, Sept. 19 from 3-6 p.m.
Pingree Park, 8598 E Forest Ave, Detroit, MI 48214