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12/11/2007

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Time to Get Rowdie This Coming Friday
Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Only a handful of RaceTrac Rowdies seats remain!! Are you the type of fan that can get the home crowd going? Are you that guy with the plastic horn and the waving rally towel? Have you ever painted any part of your body to show your support of the home team? If you are you may just have what it takes to be a RaceTrac Rowdie!! The second RaceTrac Rowdie Night of the season is next Friday, December 14th, as the Gladiators take on the Columbia Inferno.

RaceTrac and the Gladiators have teamed up to create a fabulously fun and rollicking fan experience at select Friday night games throughout the season. The first one is scheduled for the November 16th game against the South Carolina Stingrays. For the same price as a regular ticket ($17), you will receive a seat in the RaceTrac Rowdies Fan Section, a RaceTrac Rowdies T-Shirt, a RaceTrac refillable coffee mug and coupons for free items at RaceTrac stations. Who doesn’t love a free taquito or two!?

HOWEVER...seats are limited and must be ordered in advance!! To order your RaceTrac Rowdie tickets simply go on-line to gwinnettgladiators.com or call 770-497-5100. If you’re on the website, look for the special RaceTrac Rowdies button located about midway down in the center of the home page. Just click through and purchase your tickets!! (Offer good while supplies last.)

We know how crazy supportive our fans are, and we want to celebrate it! The Arena at Gwinnett Center is already a tough place for road teams to play - let’s make it impossible. BECOME A RACETRAC ROWDIE TODAY!!

THE SPECIAL LIMITED EDITION T-SHIRT FOR FRIDAY’S GAME - AVAILABLE ONLY TO ROWDIES!!




Click here for more information and to purchase your tickets today!



Get Discovered! at MySportsVideos.com
Monday, December 10, 2007

Enter your child’s sport video on MySportsVideos.com and play the Get Discovered! Contest with the Gwinnett Gladiators. It’s simple, just go to http://www.mysportvideos.com/cure.aspx and post your video. The sooner you post your video, the better the chances that your sport video will be the most viewed. The Top 3 Most Viewed Videos will be highlighted during the intermission of the Gladiators game on Friday, December 14th.

And, if your video is the Most Viewed Video by midnight on Monday, December 10th, you’ll win six (6) tickets to the game and a pre-game Behind the Scenes Locker Room tour. The contest is open to all kids ages 8 to 18. It’s simple and it’s free! MySportsVideos.com is the first free online media sharing and social networking site dedicated to youth sports.

MySportsVideos.com is a free online community that lets you create and share your sport videos and stats with Friends, Family, Team Members, Coaches, even Recruiters.

Gladiators Weekly Update for Dec 10th
Monday, December 10, 2007

Fire Away! Forward Derek Nesbitt posted 8 shots for the Gladiators in two games last week against the Florida Everblades and currently leads the ECHL in shots on goal with 123 shots on the year. Nesbitt has been averaging 6.15 shots per game and if he keeps that pace through the season, he would finish with 443 shots on the year which is on pace to tie the ECHL record for shots in a season. The previous record is 443 shots in a season posted by Darren Colbourne of Dayton during the 1991-92 season.



A season High! Forward Derek Nesbitt notched three points for the Gladiators in Thursday night’s 3-1 win over the Everblades. His three points off a goal and a pair of asssits is a personal season high for the Edgmonville, Ontario native. His career high for points in a game is five which he notched twice last year with Idaho in back-to-back games against Utah on Febraury 23rd (2g-3a) and February 24th (1g-4a) respectively.



Team Leader: Derek Nesbitt posted three points for the Gladiators in Thursday night’s 3-1 win over the Florida Everblades and added a pair of assists in Friday’s 4-2 win and continues to lead the Gladiators in scoring with 27 points on the year. His 27 points, off of 9 goals and 18 assists, shares 7th overall in the ECHL in scoring on the year.



Coming from Behind: The Gladiators notched their second consecutive come-from-behind victory in Thursday night’s 3-1 win over Florida. It was the second time in as many games for Gwinnett to trail in the contest when entering the third period. With Thursday night’s 3-1 win over Florida, Gwinnett improved to 2-2-1 when trailing after two periods.



Top D! Gladiators Defenseman Jamie Milam posted his 7th goal of the season for the Gladiators in Thursday night’s 3-1 win over the Florida Everblades and added an assist for Gwinnett in Friday’s 4-2 win. Milam leads Gladiators blueliners in scoring with 7 goals and 10 assists for 17 points. His 17 points shares second overall in scoring among league defensemen. Bryan Rodney of Elmira leads defensemen in scoring with 18 points on the year.



An Advantage! The Gladiators collected a pair of power play goals in Friday’s 4-2 win over the Florida Everblades and remain in the top spot in the ECHL on the power play. The Gladiators 33 power play goals leads the ECHL while Gwinnett ranks first among power play percentage converting on 24.6% of their power play chances this season. Idaho ranks second at 22.6% on the season.



In the Top 10: Gladiators netminder Craig Kowalski allowed just three goals combined in two games against his former teammates from last year, the Florida Everblades. He finished the week with a 1.50 goals against average to lower is overall goals against average to 2.34, good enough for 9th in the ECHL while he recorded a .956 save percentage to raise his overall save percentage to .925 good for 8th in the ECHL this season. In addition, Kowalski turned aside a Florida penalty shot opportunity which would have tied the game at three with just 1:39 left in the game on Friday night.



Glad to Donate Campaign: The Gladiators have teamed up with the US Marines and Toys for Tots. Fans can score 2 selected premium level tickets for just $17 for the Gladiators December 14th game against the Columbia Inferno with the donation of a toy to Toys For Tots. This offer subject to availability and only in selected seating areas. Limit 8 tickets. Toy donations can be made at any of the next two Gladiators home games on December 11th and December 14th as well as at tonight’s game. In addition, fans can make a toy donation at selected area Toys for Tots drop-off points. For more information, contact the Gladiators office at 770-497-5100 for more information.



Last Week’s Games:

December 6th, Gwinnett 3, Florida 1 – W

The Gladiators mounted their second third period comeback to knock off the Florida Everblades and move into second place in the ECHL’s South Division. After a scoreless first period, Florida jumped out to a 1-0 lead just 3:27 into the second period. Gwinnett didn’t answer until Jamie Milam’s 7th goal of the season just 5:22 into the third period. Mike Vigilante then notched the game winner for Gwinnett with 1:34 left in the third period. Derek Nesbitt, who also had assists on Gwinnett’s first two goals, tallied an empty net marker for the Gladiators with 52 seconds left to ice the game. Jeff Campbell also finished with a pair of helpers for the Gladiators in the win. Craig Kowalski recorded his second consecutive win for the Gladiators and finished with 28 saves for Gwinnett.



December 7th, Gwinnett 4, Florida 2 – W

For the second consecutive night, the Everblades took an early lead on the Gladiators but Mike Vigilante’s 7th goal of the season midway through the first period tied the game at one. Tyler Plante of Florida and Craig Kowalski kept the game at 1-1 with a scoreless second period. The Everblades regained the lead just 2:49 into the third period. Gwinnett tied the game at two on Dirk Southern’s first goal in nine games half way through the final period while Jeff Mason’s first goal of the season proved to be the game winner as he notched the marker just three minutes after Southern’s tying goal. Mike Vigilante added an empty net goal to put the game away with 43 seconds left in the third period. Derek Nesbitt finished with a pair of assists while Jamie Milam stayed tied for second in scoring among league defensemen with an assist in the contest. Kowalski finished with 37 saves for Gwinnett while the Gladiators went 2-for-6 on the power play in the win.



This Week’s Games:

Tuesday, December 11th, vs. Augusta Lynx, 7:05 p.m. – WDUN, News Talk 550

The Gladiators won the first meeting of the season between the two teams by a 2-1 score on October 27th. Gwinnett finished last season with a 2-1-1 record at the Arena at Gwinnett Center but Augusta won the season series with a 7-3-0 record as the Gladiators went 1-3-2 at the James Brown Arena last season. Gwinnett travels to Augusta on Saturday as well.



Thursday, December 13th, @ Charlotte Checkers, 7:05 p.m. – WDUN, News Talk 550

The Gladiators defeated Charlotte in the first meeting of the season in a shootout by a 3-2 score on November 4th at the Arena at Gwinnett Center. This is the first of five meeting between the Gladiators and the Checkers in Charlotte this season. Gwinnett finished 2-2-0 at the Charlotte Bobcats Arena last year.



Friday, December 14th, vs. Columbia Inferno, 7:35 p.m. – AccessNorthGa.com

This is the first of nine meetings against the Inferno this season. The Gladiators lead the all time series against Columbia with a 20-8-3 record. Gwinnett finished last season with a 7-2-1 record against the Inferno.


Saturday, December 15th, @ Augusta Lynx, 7:35 p.m. – AccessNorthGa.com


This Week’s Practice Schedule:

Practices at the IceForum in Duluth are open to the general public. Arena at Gwinnett Center practices are not open to the general public. Media members wishing to attend practice at the Arena should contact the Gladiators PR staff at 770-497-5106 to facilitate building access.

Monday: 12:10 – 1:30 p.m., Ice Forum - Duluth

Tuesday: pregame 10 a.m. – Game vs. Augusta

Wednesday: 10:30 – noon, Arena at Gwinnett Center

Thursday: Game @ Charlotte

Friday: pregame 10 a.m. – Game vs. Columbia

Saturday: Game @ Augusta

Sunday: Day Off

The Gladiators continue their fifth anniversary season on Tuesday, December 11th as the host the Augsuta Lynx at the Arena at Gwinnett Center at 7:05 p.m. Catch all the play-by-play action in Tuesday’s game on WDUN, News Talk 550.

Celebrating its 20th Anniversary as the Premier ’AA’ Hockey League in 2007-08, the ECHL began in 1988-89 with five teams in three states and has grown to be a coast-to-coast league that has 25 teams in 17 states and British Columbia in 2007-08. The 25 teams includes the Mississippi (Biloxi) Sea Wolves, who return after missing two seasons in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, and the expansion Elmira (N.Y.) Jackals. The ECHL will play 900 games beginning Oct. 18 and concluding Apr. 5.

The Gwinnett Gladiators continue their fifth season as a proud member of the ECHL - season ticket packages are on sale now. In addition, the Gladiators offer several unique multi-game ticket packages as well as discounted group rates, suite rentals, and birthday parties. For more information call 770-497-5100 or log on to gwinnettgladiators.com.

The Gladiators are the AA affiliate of the Atlanta Thrashers and play all home games at the spectacular 11,355-seat Arena at Gwinnett Center, located just off I-85 on Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth, where parking is always free.



Gladiators beat Blades, 4-2
Friday, December 07, 2007

Dirk Southern broke out of his scoring slump for Gwinnett, posting his first goal for the Gladiators since November 9th to tie the game at two as the Gladiators went on to beat the Florida Everblades 4-2 on Saturday night at the Arena at Gwinnett Center. Gwinnett used two goals by Mike Vigilante and two assists by Derek Nesbitt for the win. Gwinnett improves to 14-5-1 on the season with the win and remain in sole possession of second place in the ECHL’s South Division.

Florida jumped out to a 1-0 lead on the Gladiators just 2:19 into the first period. Brandon Roach beat Gladiators netminder Craig Kowalski with a wrist shot from the right wing point, through traffic and over the shoulder of the netminder for the marker. Brad Herauf and Jarret Lukin notched the assists on the goal for the Everblades.

Mike Vigilante’s 7th goal of the season tied the game at one. Parked in the slot, Vigilante deflected Jamie Milam’s slapshot from the right point past Florida netminder Tyler Plante for the marker. Jeff Campbell also had an assist on the goal for Gwinnett at the 7:12 mark of the first period.

The score stood through the second period despite chances on both sides of the ice. Florida broke the 1-1 tie just 2:49 into the third period on a tally by Mathieu Melanson. On a delayed penalty coming up to Gwinnett, Florida cycled the puck deep in the Gwinnett zone before Melanson found the back of the net. Roach and Brad Zancanaro posted the assist on the goal for Florida.

Gwinnett tied the game up on Dirk Southern’s first goal over the past 11 games. Parked on the back door on the power play, Southern took a rink-wide pass from Vigilante and beat Plante for the marker. Derek Nesbitt also collected an assist on the power play goal at 10:39 of the third period for Gwinnett.

Jeff Mason’s first goal of the season could not have come at a more timely point for Gwinnett. Mason ripped a slapshot just inside the left goal post for the go-ahead goal for Giwnnett on the power play at 12:57 of the third period. Chad Denny and Nesbitt notched the assist on the man-advantage goal for Gwinnett.

Vigilante recorded his second goal of the game for the Gladiators as he iced the contest for Gwinnett with just 43 seconds left in the third period with an empty net goal. Picking up a loose puck in the neutral zone, Vigliante threaded the puck through the legs of a Florida defenseman for the unassisted marker.

Gladiators netminder Craig Kowalski posted 37 saves for the Gladiators in the win while Gwinnett went 2-for-5 on the power play. Florida was unsuccessful on their four power play chances.

The Gladiators continue their fifth anniversary season on Tuesday, December 11th as they host the Augusta Lynx at the Arena at Gwinnett Center at 7:05 p.m. Catch all the play-by-play action in Friday’s game via AccessNorthGa.com "Access Radio" audio stream channel 3.

Celebrating its 20th Anniversary as the Premier ’AA’ Hockey League in 2007-08, the ECHL began in 1988-89 with five teams in three states and has grown to be a coast-to-coast league that has 25 teams in 17 states and British Columbia in 2007-08. The 25 teams includes the Mississippi (Biloxi) Sea Wolves, who return after missing two seasons in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, and the expansion Elmira (N.Y.) Jackals. The ECHL will play 900 games beginning Oct. 18 and concluding Apr. 5.

The Gwinnett Gladiators continue their fifth season as a proud member of the ECHL - season ticket packages are on sale now. In addition, the Gladiators offer several unique multi-game ticket packages as well as discounted group rates, suite rentals, and birthday parties. For more information call 770-497-5100 or log on to gwinnettgladiators.com.

The Gladiators are the AA affiliate of the Atlanta Thrashers and play all home games at the spectacular 11,355-seat Arena at Gwinnett Center, located just off I-85 on Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth, where parking is always free.

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-- PHOTO BY DALE ZANINE --





Keep Warm with New Glads Gear!
Friday, December 07, 2007

There’s lots of great new Gladiators merchandise available for tonight’s game against the Florida Everblades! Adult 5th Anniversary hooded sweatshirts have arrived as well as youth Maximus hooded sweatshirts. Additionally - the Gladiators have a great supply of Christmas decorations from stockings to two different kinds of ornaments. Plus, if you have purchased a Gladiators Holiday Ticket Pack, the 2007 holiday pucks have arrived and are available for pick-up at the main merchandise store.

Be sure to stop by the festively decorated Gladiators Team Store outside Section 122 to pick up these great new items! While you’re there, don’t forget to browse around and check out all of the new 2007-2008 season merchandise. There’s a plethora of items throughout the store, so make sure you get around the entire room!!


Glads Use Comeback to Beat Blades, 3-1
Thursday, December 06, 2007

Mike Vigilante notched the game-winning goal with 1:34 left in the third period, while Derek Nesbitt collected three points to help the Gwinnett Gladiators to a 3-1 win over the Florida Everblades on Thursday night at the Arena at Gwinnett Center. With the win, the Gladiators leap over the idle Augusta Lynx as well as the Everblades into sole possession of second place with 27 points. Gwinnett improves to 13-5-1 on the year with the win.

Both Gladiators netminder Craig Kowalski and Everblades netminder Justin Peters kept the game scoreless thorugh the first period with 20 and 12 saves respectively in the period.

Florida broke a scoreless tie in the second period as Mike MacLean took an outlet pass along the Gwinnett blue line behind a pair of Gladiators defenseman and beat Kowalksi on a breakway just 3:27 into the period. Kirk MacDonald posted the assist on the goal for the Everblades.

Trailing after two periods, Gwinnett posted its second consecutive third period comeback. In addition, Florida entered the game with a 10-0-0 record when leading after two period, but the Gladiators became the first team this season to record a third period comeback over the Everblades. Gwinnett posted all three goals for the win in the final period.

Jamie Milam got the Gladiators on the board with his seventh goal of the season on the power play. Milam ripped a one-time slapshot past Peters just 5:22 into the third period off a feed from Jeff Campbell for the marker. Derek Nesbitt also had an assist on the power play goal for Gwinnett.

Vigilante then posted the game winner for Gwinnett with just 1:34 left in the third period, ripping a slap shot from the left wing circle through the five-hole of Peters for the marker. Nesbitt was able to pull the puck off the wall and feed Vigilante who moved into the Florida zone to collect an assist on the goal. Campbell also had a helper for Gwinnett on the marker.

Nesbitt put the nail in the coffin on the Everblades with an empty net marker with just 52 seconds left in the third period. Nesbitt took a rink-wide pass from Vigilante and flicked the puck into the open net from the Florida blueline for the goal.

After giving up 20 first period shots, Gwinnett held the Everblades to just 9 shots over the final two period as Kowalski finished with 28 saves for Gwinnett in the win. The Gladiators went 1-for-3 on the power play in the victory.

The Gladiators continue their fifth anniversary season on Friday, December 7th as they host the Florida Everblades at the Arena at Gwinnett Center at 7:35 p.m. Catch all the play-by-play action in Friday’s game via AccessNorthGa.com "Access Radio" audio stream channel 3.

Celebrating its 20th Anniversary as the Premier ’AA’ Hockey League in 2007-08, the ECHL began in 1988-89 with five teams in three states and has grown to be a coast-to-coast league that has 25 teams in 17 states and British Columbia in 2007-08. The 25 teams includes the Mississippi (Biloxi) Sea Wolves, who return after missing two seasons in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, and the expansion Elmira (N.Y.) Jackals. The ECHL will play 900 games beginning Oct. 18 and concluding Apr. 5.

The Gwinnett Gladiators continue their fifth season as a proud member of the ECHL - season ticket packages are on sale now. In addition, the Gladiators offer several unique multi-game ticket packages as well as discounted group rates, suite rentals, and birthday parties. For more information call 770-497-5100 or log on to gwinnettgladiators.com.

The Gladiators are the AA affiliate of the Atlanta Thrashers and play all home games at the spectacular 11,355-seat Arena at Gwinnett Center, located just off I-85 on Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth, where parking is always free.

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RaceTrac Rowdies Return Next Friday
Thursday, December 06, 2007

Are you the type of fan that can get the home crowd going? Are you that guy with the plastic horn and the waving rally towel? Have you ever painted any part of your body to show your support of the home team? If you are you may just have what it takes to be a RaceTrac Rowdie!! The second RaceTrac Rowdie Night of the season is next Friday, December 14th, as the Gladiators take on the Columbia Inferno.

RaceTrac and the Gladiators have teamed up to create a fabulously fun and rollicking fan experience at select Friday night games throughout the season. The first one is scheduled for the November 16th game against the South Carolina Stingrays. For the same price as a regular ticket ($17), you will receive a seat in the RaceTrac Rowdies Fan Section, a RaceTrac Rowdies T-Shirt, a RaceTrac refillable coffee mug and coupons for free items at RaceTrac stations. Who doesn’t love a free taquito or two!?

HOWEVER...seats are limited and must be ordered in advance!! To order your RaceTrac Rowdie tickets simply go on-line to gwinnettgladiators.com or call 770-497-5100. If you’re on the website, look for the special RaceTrac Rowdies button located about midway down in the center of the home page. Just click through and purchase your tickets!! (Offer good while supplies last.)

We know how crazy supportive our fans are, and we want to celebrate it! The Arena at Gwinnett Center is already a tough place for road teams to play - let’s make it impossible. BECOME A RACETRAC ROWDIE TODAY!!

THE SPECIAL LIMITED EDITION T-SHIRT FOR FRIDAY’S GAME - AVAILABLE ONLY TO ROWDIES!!




Click here for more information and to purchase your tickets today!




Dan Turple at RaceTrac Monday Night
Wednesday, December 05, 2007

RaceTrac & the Gwinnett Gladiators invite you to come out and rub elbows with several of our team’s players and your favorite mascot, Maximus. The next appearance takes place Monday tonight with Gladiators goaltender Dan Turple at the RaceTrac located at 3195 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road. Each appearance will last for two hours and the locations are spread throughout Gwinnett. We hope that you can drop by the RaceTrac location in your neck of the woods – or stop by each one of them.

SCHEDULE:

Goalie Dan Turple

Mon., 12/10 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM 3195 Lvlle-Suwanee Road, Suwanee, 30024


Bring the kids out, as well as your Gladiators memorabilia for autographs and your camera for pictures. If you are one of the first 150 fans to show up at each location, you will receive one (1) complimentary ticket to sit in the RaceTrac Rowdies Section at the Gladiators Friday, December 14th home game vs. Columbia courtesy of RaceTrac. (Restrictions do apply. One ticket per person present.)

Even if you aren’t among the first 150 – or if you just want to bring along some other guests – stop by these locations and pick up $ 4.00 off ticket vouchers for the game on December 14th. The vouchers allow the holder to purchase up to eight (8) Premium Level Tickets in the RaceTrac Rowdies Section for only $ 13.00 per ticket.


Lehman Assigned to Chicago
Monday, December 03, 2007

The Gladiators announced today that defenseman Scott Lehman was reassigned to the Chicago Wolves of the American Hockey League. Lehman was assigned to Gwinnett on November 29th and posted one assist and 13 penalty minutes in the Gladiators three game road trip to Beaumont, Texas to battle the Texas Wildcatters at the Ford Arena.

Lehman has played in 6 games total for the Gladiators this season notching 2 points on 2 assists with 18 penalty minutes and a plus-1.

The 6-foot-1-inch native of Windsor, Ontario has played in 4 games for the Wolves this season collecting 6 penalty minutes and a minus-3 in AHL action.

The Gladiators continue their fifth anniversary season on Thurday, December 6th as they host the Florida Everblades at the Arena at Gwinnett Center at 7:05 p.m. Catch all the play-by-play action in Thursday’s game via AccessNorthGa.com "Access Radio" audio stream channel 3.

Celebrating its 20th Anniversary as the Premier ’AA’ Hockey League in 2007-08, the ECHL began in 1988-89 with five teams in three states and has grown to be a coast-to-coast league that has 25 teams in 17 states and British Columbia in 2007-08. The 25 teams includes the Mississippi (Biloxi) Sea Wolves, who return after missing two seasons in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, and the expansion Elmira (N.Y.) Jackals. The ECHL will play 900 games beginning Oct. 18 and concluding Apr. 5.

The Gwinnett Gladiators continue their fifth season as a proud member of the ECHL - season ticket packages are on sale now. In addition, the Gladiators offer several unique multi-game ticket packages as well as discounted group rates, suite rentals, and birthday parties. For more information call 770-497-5100 or log on to gwinnettgladiators.com.

The Gladiators are the AA affiliate of the Atlanta Thrashers and play all home games at the spectacular 11,355-seat Arena at Gwinnett Center, located just off I-85 on Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth, where parking is always free.




Multiple Team Events This Week
Monday, December 03, 2007

The Gladiators are offering you three different chances to meet your favorite players this week as the team returns from Texas! The first traditional "Meet the Gladiators" Dinner at Beef O’Brady’s in Suwanee is this Tuesday night, as is the next installment in the RaceTrac Meet the Glads with Jimmy Jackson on Pleasant Hill Road in Duluth.

Starting with the Beef O’ Brady’s appearance, the team will be on hand in Suwanee from 6:00 - 7:30 pm to sign autographs, eat dinner, and mingle with the fans at the Suwanee location at 3463 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Rd. As for the RaceTrac appearance, Gladiators defenseman Jimmy Jackson will be at the Duluth RaceTrac located at 2592 Pleasant Hill Road from 6:00 - 8:00 pm.

Remember that if you are one of the first 150 fans to show up at each RaceTrac location, you will receive one (1) complimentary ticket to sit in the RaceTrac Rowdies Section at the Gladiators Friday, December 14th home game vs. Columbia courtesy of RaceTrac. (Restrictions do apply. One ticket per person present.) Even if you aren’t among the first 150 – or if you just want to bring along some other guests – stop by these locations and pick up $ 4.00 off ticket vouchers for the game on December 14th. The vouchers allow the holder to purchase up to eight (8) Premium Level Tickets in the RaceTrac Rowdies Section for only $ 13.00 per ticket.

Additionally, Mike Vigilante will be at the RaceTrac located at 2682 Buford Drive on Wednesday night to greet fans. The same promotion that applies to Tuesday night’s appearance also applies to the Wednesday appearance!