Florida Everblades

Everblades Freeze Season Ticket Prices

March 18, 2010 - ECHL (ECHL)
Florida Everblades News Release

ESTERO, FL - The Florida Everblades announced today that for the third consecutive year, the club will be freezing season ticket prices for the 2010-11 ECHL season. Additionally, the club will once again offer a 5% "early bird" discount on all 2010-11 season tickets that are paid in full by July 1.

"Given the current state of the economy, we wanted to provide some options to make the acquisition of season tickets an easy process." Everblades President Craig Brush said. "Our season ticket holders are very important to the success of our organization and we hope this offer can help them remain so during this economic downturn."

For those who are not able to take advantage of the "Early Bird" special, the Everblades will once again offer season ticket holders a three-payment "EZ Pay" option. This option will automatically charge the balance of the season ticket order in three equal payments on July 1, August 1 and September 1. The Everblades' ongoing mission is to provide fun and affordable family entertainment to hockey fans in Southwest Florida.

The 'Blades return home on Friday, March 19 and Saturday, March 20 with a pair of games against South Carolina. The Everblades and ECHL welcome goaltender Olaf Kolzig to Germain Arena on Friday night for Autism Awareness Night. Kolzig will speak to the crowd about Austism and be inducted into the ECHL Hall of Fame as commissioner Brian McKenna will be in attendance as well.

Saturday, the final regular season meeting between Florida and South Carolina and it's Guns and Hoses Night! Watch local firefighters and the police department battle on the ice at 4:30 and then the Everblades and Stingrays follow at 7:30 p.m. You get two games for the price of one for Guns and Hoses Night!

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