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Purr's Pals

Sir Purr teams up with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Charlotte to provide a Big and Little with a lifetime memory through the Purr's Pals program. During the week of each Panthers home game, a Big and Little share the un-fur-gettable experience of a purr-sonal behind the scenes tour of Bank of America Stadium. A highlight of the tour is a sir-prise visit by Sir Purr, who presents the Big and Little with an even bigger sir-prise, tickets to a Panthers home game and the paw-some thrill of delivering the game ball into the stadium.

Sack the EOG's/PASS with Purr

Sir Purr visits schools in the Carolinas each spring and helps students in grades three through eight prepare for the End of Grade (EOG) tests in North Carolina and Palmetto Assessment of State Standards (PASS) tests in South Carolina.

During the 30-minute, high-energy Sack the EOG's/PASS with Purr programs, Sir Purr teaches each of his proven test taking tips, which also includes video messages from Panthers players. Students learn the connection between how Panthers players get ready for the big game and how they can apply the same methods to prepare for their big tests. The program is available to schools in April and May. For more information, contact the Carolina Panthers mascot department at 704-358-7450 or request an appearance. Availability is limited. Rates vary depending on location.

Hospital Visits

Every month, Sir Purr visits the patients at the Levine Children's Hospital at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte and brings smiles to their faces. The 10th floor of the Levine Children's Hospital features a special Panthers theme that includes pictures, decorations and other items that can be enjoyed by the children and their families as they receive state-of-the-art care in this spectacular facility.

Sir Purr Bowl

The fur always flies in this annual gridiron grudge match between professional and college mascots. This fan favorite takes place at halftime of a Panthers home game each season as popular mascots play a full-contact football game.