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Rascal to Make Special Deliveries on Valentine's Day

February 5, 2013 - Eastern League (EL) - Harrisburg Senators News Release

Harrisburg, PA - The Senators long time mascot, Rascal, is looking for a Valentine's date. Okay, not really, but he is looking to see your Valentine this year. Rascal came to Senators team President Kevin Kulp and told him he wanted to make special Valentine's Day deliveries. Together they came up with a great 2013 Valentine's Day package!

For just $80, you can buy your sweetheart one dozen roses that come in a glass vase with a bow, two dugout box seat vouchers good for any game during the 2013 season and an in-game video board greeting. The best part is that Rascal delivers it all. Why give just candy or roses to your significant other when you can have everyone's favorite river monster hand deliver the package to your sweetheart? Then sometime during 2013, at whatever game you decide to attend, you will see your name in lights!

Sorry to our fans in Arizona, South Carolina and Wisconsin, but the delivery area is limited. Rascal will hand deliver this terrific package to locations within 15 miles of Metro Bank Park. Hurry, special deliveries are limited. Contact Ashley or Mary Kate at the Senators Office at 231-4444 to place your order.

The 2013 season and home opener is Thursday, April 4 at 7:00pm against the Bowie Baysox. The home opener includes a Jordan Zimmermann Bobblehead giveaway to the first 1,000 fans, a post-game fireworks show, it's a Thirsty Thursday, and the Senators are even giving away a kitchen sink! Season tickets, mini-plans, and group tickets are available by either going online at www.senatorsbaseball.com or by phoning the Senators at 717-231-4444. Tickets for the home opener are also currently available online or by phoning the Senators.

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