Kent Predators Under New Ownership
The Indoor Football League's Executive Committee has approved new ownership for the Kent Predators, ensuring the team's future for the 2011 season and beyond. The new ownership hopes to continue building on the excitement and success of professional indoor football in the valley. The Predators look to build momentum from last year, and make a strong push to the playoffs.
The Predators first game will be held on February 25th at 7:05 pm at the ShoWare Center located at 625 W. James Street, Kent, WA. The Predators' goal is to have the ShoWare filled with fans for this first and most important game of the season. "We want to continue the success Washington professional and college teams are having. We hope all of those passionate fans will come out and join us and root for western Washington's professional indoor football team, the Kent Predators," says Jeffery Scott.
A new head coach will be announced for the team later this week. Season tickets, sponsorship and partnership opportunities are now available by calling the Kent Predators office. To order your season tickets for the 2011 season you can call (253) 236-5568. The Predators continue to scout players from the Northwest to add local talent to its roster. Interested players can participate in a free agent camp which will be held on January 22. For information on the tryouts and other Kent Predators news, please go to the newly launched website www.kentpredators.net.
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