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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CINCINNATI, Ohio (July 8, 2015) – The Cincinnati Revolution will host a Salute to Service Night on Saturday, July 11 at their game against the Pittsburgh Thunderbirds. Salute to Service is held in honor of military members, police and firefighters, and they will receive free entry to the game. Pre-game activities will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the University of Cincinnati’s Sheakley Athletic Complex.
Service members, veterans and first responders can claim their free tickets by contacting Dan Dunaway at 513-252-2395. For everyone else, the Revolution will accept a $10 gift card from Kroger in place of game admission. Or, a donation of one canned item will earn $2 off regular admission prices at the ticket booth. All gift cards and canned food items will be donated to Military Veterans Resource Center, a non-profit organization that helps veterans who served honorably access the resources they need to manage their career and life decisions.
“We wanted to do something to give back and thought the Salute to Service Night would be a great way to honor our service members and help local veterans,” said Raymie Younkin, U.S. Army veteran and Managing Owner of the Cincinnati Revolution.
Additional activities include a Color Guard ceremony, games for the family, giveaways, and food. For more information about Salute to Service Night, contact Abby Reynolds at 614-504-4357, or visit CincinnatiRevolution.com.
The Cincinnati Revolution is a professional ultimate disc team in the American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL). One of the original 8 AUDL teams, the Revolution was founded in Kentucky as the Bluegrass Revolution. In 2013, the team moved to Cincinnati, where it plays its home games at the Sheakley Athletic Center, at the University of Cincinnati.