Season Tickets Now on Sale for Evansville ThunderBolts\\" Sophomore Season

Evansville Thunderbolts

March 20, 2017 - Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) - Evansville Thunderbolts

News Release

EVANSVILLE, IN - The Evansville Thunderbolts are excited to announce new ticket pricing and changes for the 2017-18 season, which will begin in October. Next season will mark the start of the Thunderbolts' second season in the Southern Professional Hockey League.

Fans can take advantage of premium seating by calling and ordering their tickets today.

"We couldn't be more excited to announce plans for our second season," said Blake Bruner, assistant general manager for the Thunderbolts. "2017-18 season tickets are on sale now! The goal with our new program, Thunderbolts Republic, is to make prices more affordable than ever."

Besides reduced prices, season ticket holders - or members of the Thunderbolts Republic - will be able to take advantage of several new perks. These include having your name displayed on a banner in the Ford Center lobby during home games, early entrance into games, a commemorative contract and free swag to show off your support for the tri-state's only professional hockey team.

"Next year, season ticket holders will be more than just that, they will be valued members of our organization and the added incentives we are offering will be the best in the league," said Bruner. "You can get a full season ticket just two rows from the glass for just $308 - 28 games!"

The Thunderbolts are also focused on improving the overall fan experience and entertainment during next season.

"We will have a promotion every game next season with giveaways and exciting new features we can't wait to announce," said Bruner. "The Roman Empire was not built in a day - neither was Thunderbolts Republic. It will take time and a lot of hard work. Thank you to our loyal sponsors and season ticket holders who keep this team on the Ford Center ice. Our sophomore season is sure to be a huge step in the right direction. We can't wait!"

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