Make-A-Wish Connecticut Officially Opens The WWE Storytelling Studio

WWE recently issued a press release, where it was noted that Make-A-Wish Connecticut officially opens the WWE Storytelling Studio and several WWE Stars, including Drew McIntyre surprised WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2019 Warrior Award Recipient Sue Aitchison, founder of WWE’s partnership with Make-A-Wish as they celebrated her continued support of Make-A-Wish locally and around the country.

You can check out the full press release below:

Make-A-Wish Connecticut opens the WWE Storytelling Studio

WWE and Make-A-Wish have granted more than 6,000 wishes for over 30 years. WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2019 Warrior Award Recipient Sue Aitchison was the founder of WWE’s partnership with Make-A-Wish and has overseen the granting of each one of those wishes throughout her WWE tenure.

As Make-A-Wish Connecticut officially opened the WWE Storytelling Studio, which was donated by WWE, WWE Co-CEO and Chairwoman of the WWE Board of Directors Stephanie McMahon, WWE Superstar Drew McIntyre and WWE employees surprised Sue and celebrated her continued support of Make-A-Wish locally and around the country.