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December 17, 2017 - NBA G League (G League) - Austin Spurs News Release


First 500 Children to Arrive Will Receive A Stuffed Animal Courtesy of PetSmart Of Cedar Park

AUSTIN, Texas - The Austin Spurs, presented by SWBC, will partner with Toyota of Cedar Park to host their annual Season of Giving game on Friday, Dec. 15 against the Rio Grande Valley Vipers. Tipoff is set for 7:30 p.m. Austin will wear special holiday-themed jerseys on Friday as part of the NBA Cares Season of Giving campaign . Fans can participate in a silent auction during the game, with all proceeds benefitting United Way of Williamson County.

"It was just a natural fit for our company to partner with United Way of Williamson County and the Austin Spurs," said Julie Herrera, Dealer Principal of Toyota of Cedar Park. "The NBA G League Season of Giving provides us with a unique opportunity to support United Way's charitable events, organizations, and initiatives throughout Central Texas."

Local charitable organizations and the hundreds of children and families they serve have been invited to attend the game courtesy of Toyota of Cedar Park. The first 500 children to arrive at the game will receive a free stuffed animal donated by PetSmart of Cedar Park. Fans are asked to support the night by wearing ugly holiday-themed sweaters and participating in the "Fill the Toyota" toy drive by donating an unwrapped toy for boys and girls aged 8-18, with a special emphasis on gifts for teenagers.

As part of the NBA Cares Season of Giving, the NBA, WNBA and NBA G League hosts hundreds of charitable events across the country in an effort to spread holiday cheer to thousands of children and their families.

For ticket information or questions regarding the game, please contact Perri Travillion, Senior Media and Community Responsibility Manager, at (512) 236-8333

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