We Support the Missouri Mavericks
Silverstein Eye Centers Supports the Missouri Mavericks
Silverstein Eye Centers is proud to become the first, major sponsor of the Missouri Mavericks Hockey team bringing professional hockey to the Greater Kansas City market.
Dr. Silverstein, a college hockey player has a personal connection to the game. He will be the team doctor, a super-fan and a sponsor. The staff is looking forward to attending games and supporting the community. “We are happy to be in the middle of the action at sporting events that will be great for families,” said Steven M. Silverstein, MD FACS. “Even before the IEC broke ground, I envisioned an affiliation with the building to bring great entertainment, sports and activities to the Independence community and greater Kansas City market.”
Dr. Steven M. Silverstein is a board-certified ophthalmologists dedicated to treating thousands of eye care patients. His specialties include cataracts and premium lens implants, refractive surgeries such as LASIK and PRK, glaucoma, macular degeneration, dry eye, disease of the cornea, diabetes and general ophthalmology. He is committed to the communities in which they live supporting many philanthropic organizations. Dr. Silverstein is a renowned international lecturer and published in many medical journals.
The IEC is a prime destination for East Jackson County. The Events Center and Centerpoint Medical Center Community Ice facility is owned by the City of Independence, MO. It is the largest indoor sports and entertainment venue in eastern Jackson County, located at the intersection of I-70 and I-470 and is viewed by approximately 300,000 vehicles per day. The 5,800 seat multi-purpose facility (7,000 capacity for concerts/center stage events) is home to the Missouri Mavericks of the Central Hockey League and the Missouri Comets of the Major Indoor Soccer League.
The IEC is host to concerts, trade shows, professional sporting events, festivals and community ceremonies including more than 100 events each year with an annual attendance of 500,000.