THROW OUT THE FIRST PITCH!

by 2 August 06, 2014 0 Comments

FirstPitch update: GAME TICKETS ARE NOW SOLD OUT! Meet up in McFadden's after the game for the fundraiser! EXCITING NEWS! On August 31st one of YOU will throw out the first pitch as a representative of The 7 Line Army! We're very happy to announce this addition to our already amazin' day. The Mets offered to let me take the honors, but there is no I in ARMY and without all of you none of this would exist. I'm going to sit this one out and one of you will take my place. By joining us on August 31st you'll automatically get the chance. Once all of our game tickets and event t-shirts have been mailed, every seat number (family and employees of The 7 Line excluded) will go in to a hat and we'll draw the lucky pitcher. The winner will have the option to bring up to 3 guests with them down to the field level for their time to shine. Right now we have roughly 400 tickets sold with a maximum of 860 available.... these are GREAT odds. We are donating $5 from each ticket sold to 7 year old Luke Lang who is battling leukemia. After the game we're also hosting a fundraiser in McFadden's with tons of really great prizes. Hope you can make it out.

Details here: FUNDRAISER




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