SeaWolves 'Super Ticket Saturday' Set for March 2February 15, 2013 - Eastern League (EL) - Erie SeaWolves Press Release
The first 25 fans to purchase tickets will get to warm up with FREE coffee and bagels courtesy of Panera Bread. Starting at 11:00 a.m., fans can enjoy a complimentary lunch courtesy of Smith's, Pepsi, and Utz Quality Snacks, the new official snack chip of the Erie SeaWolves. Additionally, the first 25 fans to purchase a McDonald's Friends & Family Pack will receive a FREE SeaWolves logo baseball. Fans in attendance can also enter to win use of a ballpark suite, including 20 tickets, for an Opening Weekend game.
SUPER TICKET SATURDAY will be the first opportunity for fans to check out recent renovations to the SeaWolves Team Store. Fans can purchase a wide array of apparel, caps and novelties featuring the team's new logos and colors. The event will also mark the debut of the SeaWolves new inflatable speed pitch game. The individual with the fastest pitch speed on Saturday, March 2 will receive a $30 Eat'n Park gift card.
During the event, the SeaWolves will host a fan photo shoot. Digital photos taken during the event will be shared via the team's online photo gallery, and select fans may have the opportunity to have their photos featured in a future SeaWolves advertising campaign. Photographs will be taken in front of a green screen, and fans are encouraged to wear new team apparel or team colors such as red, black, and yellow.
SeaWolves Opening Day is Thursday, April 4, against the Altoona Curve (Pittsburgh Pirates). For ticket packages or additional information, please contact the SeaWolves Business Office at (814) 456-1300.
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