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FirstEnergy Set To Giveaway Half Priced Aeros Tickets

April 20, 2010 - Eastern League (EL) - Akron RubberDucks News Release

AKRON, OH - The Aeros announced today that they have collaborated with FirstEnergy to not only save fans money on their energy bills, but also Akron Aeros tickets for the 2010 season. FirstEnergy's website located at has a new feature where people will be able to take part in a Home Energy Analyzer which is a simple, convenient tool to save fans money and, upon completion, receive a special offer from the Akron Aeros.

The FirstEnergy Home Energy Analyzer is designed to hit on four key components: to analyze, improve, learn and save on energy bills. The goal of the Analyzer is to teach fans things like how to take steps ranging from improved weatherization to more energy-efficient lighting. Following these suggestions will save money on monthly FirstEnergy bills. "This is a great program setup between FirstEnergy and the Aeros," said GM Jeff Auman. "This allows Aeros fans to not only save money on their energy bills but also receive a great deal on Aeros tickets too."

Fans simply need to complete the Home Profile, print it out and redeem it at the Akron Aeros box office for half-off admission to a 2010 Akron Aeros game with a limit of four tickets.

FirstEnergy is in the process of creating many programs to help consumers conserve energy and save money. Visit to find out more about all the great incentives they have to offer and check back often to see how FirstEnergy helps you save more every month.

The Aeros continue their defense of their 2009 Eastern League Championship Tuesday night at 7:05 against the Altoona Curve at Canal Park. For more information on tickets and all the other festivities planned at Canal Park in 2010, please visit the Aeros online at or call (330) 253-5151.

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