Every year the Rockies sponsor a program called the " The Game's on Us" to help fund local high school baseball teams and for United Cerebral Palsy of Colorado. The goal is for each player on each team to sell 30 tickets to equal 1500 tickets sold per participating school. Through my church; I have an in with Grandview High School Baseball Wolves for access to these tickets. First I want to make clear that neither myself or my church will make any money on this.
The Rockies have provided field level box seats along the first and third base lines towards the outfield corners for the program. Games are April 3 vs the D backs, May 15 vs Padres, June 13 vs Padres, July 18 vs Braves, August 4 vs Nationals, and Sept 5 vs D backs again. Individual tickets are $25.00 each. In addition you can buy packages of one ticket for two games for $45.00, one ticket for three games for $58.00, or one ticket for each of all six games for $99.00.
You can buy as many tickets and packages as you want. If the Wolves sell the initial 1500 tickets they become eligible to sell an additional 1500. By selling the first 1500 the Wolves Varsity gets to play a game at Coors field, the JV gets an on field workout and the entire program gets a complete tour of the entire stadium.
In addition you can donate tickets and packages as a 100% tax deductible donation to United Cerebral Palsy of Colorado. You give the gift of the game we love to someone who might not otherwise get the chance to ever attend a live game. I also figure any excuse to stiff the spendthrifts of all persuasions at Sodom on the Potomac is a good thing too.
This could be a good opportunity for a Rowbot gather for one to all of the games. Face value of these tickets is $30.00 to $38.00 per ticket. You are getting a discount; and helping high school baseball in Colorado whether it's Grandview or some other school should be a priority for all for Rowbots. If interested; contact my E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org for me to forward your info to a Grandview Wolves player.
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