Pioneers Announce the PGCBL All Star Game Picnic Package
The Elmira Pioneers, host of the inaugural Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League All Star Game announced their ticket pricing packages for the event
Fans can choose between the All Star Picnic Package, an All You Can Eat package or a box seat or general admission ticket. "We want to give our fans the chance to really live it up a the All Star Game." said Pioneers GM Jeff Kunion.
The special All Star Game Picnic Package is just $40.00 and includes: a ticket to the All Star Game, a bonus ticket to the Pioneers August 3 game versus the Cooperstown Hawkeyes, a commemorative All Star Game t shirt, access to the unlimited food and soft drinks at the Texas Roadhouse BBQ picnic buffet, an opportunity to meet, take pictures and receive an autograph from Major League All Star Pitcher Tommy John, an autograph session with the PGCBL All Stars and entry into an exclusive drawing for a Texas Roadhouse gift certificate.
The All You Can Eat ticket package is being made available for this premium game as well. AYCE tickets (food & soft drinks) are only $16.00. Ticket prices for box seats and general admission tickets are the same as always, $8.00 for box seats and $6.00 for general admission. "We did not want our fans to miss out on what should be a great show. Even though it may be years before we host another All Star Game, we did not think it was right to raise prices for this event. Even our group rates are the same." noted Kunion.
All Star Game Picnic Package tickets can be purchased from the Pioneers office. Box seats and general admission tickets can be purchased either at the Pioneers office or from Jubilee Foods at 2898 Westinghouse Road, Horseheads.
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