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Freedom to Guest Bartend

February 27, 2003 - Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) - magicJack News Release


Don’t Forget!! It’s still on!! The Freedom are Guest Bartending tonight Thursday Feb. 27th at RFD from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m to benefit Children’s Hospital

Freedom Goalkeeper Siri Mullinix spoke out against proposed changes to Title IX at a press conference on Capitol Hill, Wednesday, Feb. 26th

Rematch on the Road Reminder! You can STILL sign up to get tickets to see the Freedom’s Founders Cup II against the Carolina Courage April 5th, 2003

Snowed Out!!! March 1st Open Practice Cancelled.

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Freedom to Guest Bartend tonight at RFD The Washington Freedom and RFD are joining forces to raise money for Children’s Hospital. Tonight, from 5:30p.m.-8:30p.m., Washington Freedom players will head behind the huge bar at RFD to pour some of the 300 beers this great new bar and restaurant has to offer. All of the tips that the Freedom players earn will go directly to the Kids Care Fund at Children’s Hospital.

So come out tonight and lend your support to a great cause and check out RFD, located at 810 7th Street, NW (corner of 7th & H Streets). For more information, call the Washington Freedom at (202) 547-8351.

Find out more at this link: http://www.washingtonfreedom.com/documents/Guest_Bartending_at_RFD.pdf

Freedom Goalkeeper Siri Mullinix spoke out against proposed changes to Title IX at a press conference on Capitol Hill, Wednesday, Feb. 26th

Freedom Goalkeeper Siri Mullinix, along with Senators Tom Daschle, Ted Kennedy, Olympia Snowe, Patty Murray, actress Geena Davis and fellow WUSA and U.S. National team Captain Julie Foudy spoke out against changing Title IX policies at a press conference on Capitol Hill Wednesday morning.

To learn more, check out the story on the front page of the Freedom website at: www.washingtonfreedom.com

Rematch on the Road Reminder- Tickets to see the Founders Cup II rematch are still available!

Take a free trip with the Washington Freedom for their first game of the 2003 season in a rematch of last August's Founders Cup championship! The Freedom hit the road to take on the Carolina Courage at SAS Stadium in Cary, North Carolina, on April 5, 2003.

The REMATCH Road Trip includes all of the following:

1. Roundtrip bus transportation from RFK Stadium to SAS Stadium in Cary, North Carolina.

2. One (1) Premium Level Match Ticket ($15 value)

3. One (1) Box Lunch

To join us for the REMATCH Road Trip, take advantage of one of these three options:

FREE: Purchase a 2003 FULL Season Ticket or upgrade from a Half Season Ticket to a Full Season Ticket between February 1 and March 15 and join the road trip for no cost. Call us today at (202) 547-3137 or purchase your tickets on-line using this special Road Trip Order Form http://www.washingtonfreedom.com/documents/CarolinaRoadTrip.pdf.

$20: All current Washington Freedom FULL Season Ticket Holders are offered the discount price of $20 to join the REMATCH Road Trip. Call us today at (202) 547-3137 to reserve your seat or reserve it on-line using this special Road Trip Order Form http://www.washingtonfreedom.com/documents/CarolinaRoadTrip.pdf.

$50: Everyone is welcome to join this trip. If you are not a FULL season ticket holder, please join our trip for the all-inclusive price of $50. Call us today at (202) 547-3137 to reserve your seat or reserve it on-line using this special Road Trip Order Form http://www.washingtonfreedom.com/documents/CarolinaRoadTrip.pdf.

Support the Freedom as they avenge their Founders Cup II loss to the Courage on April 5! Departure details will be confirmed when game time is set.

Call today and join us! (202) 547-3137.

Snowed Out!!! March 1st Open Practice Cancelled.

The Freedom have had to cancel Saturday's March 1st open practice due to weather conditions. We hope to open our March 15th scrimmage against the University of Virginia to the public. Stay tuned for details.

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