PGC, State College Spikes baseball team announce two-for-one deal

Harrisburg
Coupling two of America’s favorite pastimes – baseball and
hunting -– Pennsylvania Game Commission and the State College
Spikes officials today announced that fans who bring their 2010-11
Pennsylvania hunting or furtaker license to the Medlar Field at
Lubrano Park Box Office will receive one free outfield bleacher
ticket with the purchase of a full-price outfield bleacher ticket.
This offer is only available in the outfield bleacher seating area,
based on availability, when the Spikes’ season begins in
mid-June.

“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 State College Spikes
recognizes the importance of our license buyers to wildlife
management, as well as the economy, of the state and the State
College region, by offering this
discount.”

“The State College
Spikes are proud to partner with the Pennsylvania Game Commission
to offer fans another way to enjoy Central Pennsylvania’s Best
Family Value during our 5th Anniversary Season,” said Spikes
General Manager Jason Dambach.

While the first home
game for the State College Spikes is set for June 19, Game
Commission hunting licenses for the 2010-11 seasons go on sale
beginning June 15.

The State College
Spikes is the Class A-Short Season Affiliate of the Pittsburgh
Pirates, and has its field on Porter Road in State College.  For
more information and a schedule of games, visit the State College
Spikes’ website (www.statecollegespikes.com).

On April 12, a similar
arrangement with the Altoona Curve was announced by the Game
Commission (see News Release #032-10 in the “Resources” section of
the agency’s website, www.pgc.state.pa.us).  Under that
agreement, fans who bring their current Pennsylvania hunting or
furtaker license to any Wednesday home game, now through Aug. 25,
will earn a $1 discount on grandstand
tickets.

     

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