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Road Warriors Host New York Rangers Watch Party at Tavern 24

May 20, 2013 - ECHL (ECHL) Greenville Road Warriors

Greenville, SC: Today the Road Warriors announced the team will hold a special Stanley Cup Playoff Watch Party on Tuesday, May 21st at Tavern 24 at 7:30 p.m.

The watch party will feature the Road Warriors NHL affiliate, the New York Rangers versus the Boston Bruins, in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals. Fans can watch the game with Captain T.J. Reynolds, Defenseman Lee Baldwin, Assistant Coach Dwayne Zinger and Rowdy! Tavern 24 will provide a special game watch area just for Road Warriors fans. In addition, season ticket holders and fans will have the opportunity to renew and purchase ticket packages for the Road Warriors' 2013-14 season. Fans who have reserved tickets for the 2013-2014 season or reserved packages at the event will receive exclusive discounts on food purchases during the evening.

Throughout the party, fans will have the opportunity to win special prizes including Road Warriors merchandise and autographed items from NHL players. During intermissions, fans will also be able to ask Coach Zinger questions and get a running commentary about the game.

Tavern 24 is located off Woodruff Road at the 385 exit. For directions click here. Tuesday's Happy Hour is featured from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. with half off select bottles of wine, $2 bottled beers and $3.99 appetizers!! For more information on Happy Hour specials and other great menu options visit their website at www.tavern24.com!

Road Warriors' 2013-2014 Season Tickets are available now for as low as $180! For more information about Road Warriors Season Ticket Packages, speak to a Road Warriors Account Representative by calling 864-674-PUCK (7825) or by visiting greenvilleroadwarriors.com!

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