Bring Mom to See the Freedom
Bring your Mom to the Washington Freedom game on May 10 and tell her SHE INSPIRES YOU!
Fax or e-mail us a story as to WHY YOUR MOM INSPIRES YOU - and you could win FOUR VIP tickets and pre-game hospitality to the May 10 match AND you and your mom will participate in a halftime relay race for a chance to win more great prizes!
For further details and contest rules, please visit www.washingtonfreedom.com. Four winners will be chosen. Winners will be announced at www.washingtonfreedom.com on Thursday, May 8. Additionally, the Washington Freedom will contact winners directly by phone.
FAX your story (200 words maximum) to (202) 547-0176 (ATTN: Mother's Day Promotion) or e-mail your story to email@example.com (SUBJECT LINE: My Mom Inspires Me). Direct all questions to (202) 547-8351. Entries must be received by 12:00pm, Thursday, May 8.
BONUS: Win or Lose, all contest entrants get a Mother's Day gift from the Washington Freedom: Everyone who submits a story for this contest will receive a BUY ONE GET ONE FREE coupon for the May 10th game. Coupon valid on day of game only (May 10). Premium Level tickets apply ($19). Coupon will be provided to all entrants upon receipt of story and complete contact information.
If you can't make it to the Freedom vs. Philadelphia match at RFK Stadium, don't forget it will be broadcast nationwide on the PAX network at 4 P.M. To find PAX in your area, go to www.paxson.com
And, don't forget to catch this week's WUSA match on PAX - the New York Power at the Philadelphia Charge, Saturday, May 3rd, at 4 p.m. ET.
Mia Hamm to "Trade Places" with NBC's "Today" news anchor, Ann Curry, live in New York on Wednesday morning, May 14! Make sure to tune in!
NBC's "Today" news anchor, Ann Curry, will be strapping on her shin guards on Wednesday, May 14 as she trades places with Freedom star Mia Hamm. The swap is part of "Today's" week-long series "Trading Places" that begins on Monday, May 12.
Instead of reading the news, "Today's" Ann Curry might be screaming "GOOOOAAAAALLLLL," as she gets her chance to be Hamm for a day. As Hamm, Curry will scrimmage with the Freedom and partake in other team activities. Hamm, the world's all time leading scorer, will field some of Curry's regular duties for the day, live on "Today" on Wednesday, May 14.
Photos will be made available on www.nbcmv.com.
Don't miss it!
Freedom maintain undefeated streak and tie Atlanta Saturday, 1-1 on Goal by Golebiowski
The Freedom (3-0-1) got the team's first tie of 2003 this weekend battling Atlanta (2-0-1) to a 1-1 deadlock at RFK Stadium Saturday night, maintaining sole possession of first place. The Freedom's tie was ensured by Australian 2003 International Discovery player Kelly Golebiowski, who scored her first WUSA goal in the second half of play on an amazing far-post volley from 15 yards.
To read the whole story, go to: http://washingtonfreedom.com/356380.html
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