Sale of Lynx Approved
The ECHL Board of Governors has approved a Transfer of Controlling Interest for the Augusta Membership from Augusta Lynx, Inc. to Augusta Entertainment, LLC. Frank Lawrence, owner of Bobby Jones Ford in Augusta, heads the new local ownership group.
Were very excited to have the new ownership group in place, said Tom Callahan, Director of Broadcasting and Public Relations for the Lynx. Its just another positive sign as we approach the season. Its going to be an absolutely fantastic year for hockey in Augusta.
The Lynx will open the 2003-04 Season against the Florida Everblades on Friday, October 17th at 7:35 pm. Lower Bowl Seats are $12, Second Level Seats are $10, and Upper Level Seats are $8, with $1 discounts available for seniors (55+), military personnel and students with valid ID, and children under twelve. Full and partial season ticket plans as well as group packages are now available by calling the Lynx office at (706) 724-4423.
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