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Morays announce youth football pass

March 4, 2005 - National Indoor Football League (NIFL) - Miami Morays News Release

MIAMI, Fla. – During a press conference with Miami Mayor Manny Diaz in which the Morays were officially welcomed to the city, the Morays announced their newest program to continue their strong support of Youth Football in the South Florida area by unveiling the Youth Football Pass.

Football players enrolled in their local football programs such as Pop Warner or Optimist programs in Dade County can use their Youth Football Pass to get their own free season ticket or game night ticket with the purchase of a matching adult season of individual game ticket.

To redeem the season ticket offer, parents must purchase their own season ticket through the Miami Morays office. The Youth Football season ticket will match the same price point as the ticket purchased by the accompanying adult.

To redeem the pass for individual game tickets, parents must buy the matching adult ticket at the Miami Arena Box Office on game nights.

“The Morays understand the financial obligations that parents have to deal with when it comes to the costs of their kids playing football.” Morays CEO and Owner Oronde Gadsden said. “With this program, we hope to show the parents that the Morays appreciate the time and money they spend, and this is our way of giving something back to them.”

Parents interested in obtaining the Morays Youth Football Pass can contact either their league commissioner, team coach, or the Miami Morays at 305-374-8950 x309

The Miami Morays will play in the National Indoor Football League, entering its fifth season with 21 teams located across the United States. The NIFL provides players with an opportunity to develop their skills and continue their careers in professional football.

Tickets for the Morays home opener on April 2nd are on sale now at all ticketmaster outlets or on-line at www.ticketmaster.com.

The Miami Morays kick off a 14 game schedule in March with seven home games at the Miami Arena. For additional information about the Miami Morays, please call Mark Fischel at 305-374-8950 X309 or visit us at www.miamimoraysfootball.com.

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