PGC, minor league baseball team announce ticket discount for sportsmen

Harrisburg
 Coupling two of America’s favorite pastimes – baseball and
hunting – the Pennsylvania Game Commission and Altoona Curve AA
Baseball officials recently announced that fans who bring their
current Pennsylvania hunting or furtaker license to any Wednesday
home game will earn a $1 discount on grandstand
tickets.

 

This offer will start with the April
14 game against the Richmond Flying Squirrels at 6:30 p.m., and run
through the Aug. 25 game against the Erie SeaWolves at 7
p.m.

“This agreement has
provided an added value to the price of a Pennsylvania hunting and
furtaker license,” said Carl G. Roe, Pennsylvania Game Commission
executive director. “We are pleased that the Altoona Curve
recognizes the importance of our license buyers to wildlife
management, as well as the economy, of the state and the Altoona
region, by offering this discount.”

“We are glad to extend
this offer through the Pennsylvania Game Commission,” said Chuck
Griswold, Altoona Curve Sponsorship Account Executive. “We know
those with hunting licenses will appreciate the value,
entertainment, and great baseball they will experience at Blair
County Ballpark at a terrific price.”

     

The Altoona Curve is the AA Affiliate
of the Pittsburgh Pirates, and has its field at 1000 Park Ave. in
Altoona.  For more information on upcoming Wednesday home games,
visit the Altoona Curve’s website (www.altoonacurve.com).

Categories: Pennsylvania – Jeff Mulhollem

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