Fans to meet indoor football players Sunday
KISSIMMEE, Fla. One of the newest members of the National Indoor Football League, the Kissimmee Kreatures, will hold their Meet and Greet for fans at the Silver Spurs Arena at 3 p.m. Sunday.
The Kreatures, who open the NIFL season Saturday, March 19, when they host the Montgomery
Maulers, will present a fun-filled three hours with food, drink and games.
Fans and current season ticket holders will be able to pick their seats at one of the finest mid-sized areas in America. Silver Spur Arena has a capacity of 8,300.
Head coach and general manager Marquette Smith will introduce the 2005 Kreatures team and the assistant coaches and staff. This will be a great event, he said. Weve got free hot dogs and soda; it should be a fun time for all.
The local fire department will display some of its equipment and there will be muscle cars and limos on the grounds.
The kids will enjoy interactive games, including a pair of inflatables and a face painter. A disc jockey from 95.3 FM will provide music.
The festivities will end at 6.m. and the box office will be open from 3-6 p.m. for season ticket purchasers.
For additional information about the Kissimmee Kreatures, the NIFL, or season ticket and corporate sponsorship information, please visit our website at www.kissimmeekreatures.com, or call 863-687-8110.
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