Dance With A Star At The Ballpark
SYRACUSE (NY) - The Syracuse Chiefs announced today that the third annual soap opera night will be held on Saturday, July 19 when the Chiefs play the Durham Bulls at 7:00 PM. This year's special guest will be Cameron Mathison, who plays Ryan Lavery on ABC's All My Children. In addition to his work on the show, Mathison appeared on last season's Dancing With the Stars. The Canadian born star is also the host of I Wanna Be A Soap Star, a reality show that airs on SOAPnet. Currently, Mathison can be seen starring in commercials for ESPN's fantasy baseball.
In cooperation with Arthur Murray Dance Studio, one lucky Chiefs fan will win free lessons and get the opportunity to dance with Mathison, prior to the game.
A special ticket package is available that includes a ticket to a private pre-game reception, an autographed photo, t-shirt, food and beverage, as well as a game ticket. This package is limited in quantity and is on sale now by calling Wendy Shoen, in the Chiefs office, at (315) 474-7833 or by e-mailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Chiefs open the 2008 season on Thursday, April 3 against the Louisville Bats, at Alliance Bank Stadium at 2:00 PM. Both opening day tickets and tickets to the Cooperstown Classic are on sale and can be purchased by calling (315) 474-7833 or by visiting the Chiefs' office at Alliance Bank Stadium. For more information, call the Chiefs or visit www.syracusechiefs.com.
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