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Friday, October 22, 2010 - 7:35 PM

Opening Night 2010
The Gladiators kick off their 2010-2011 home games against the South Carolina Stingrays. Check out the newest Gladiators team and all of the new promotions, music and fun that the Glads have put together.

All fans in attendance will receive a Gladiators magnetic schedule courtesy of DoMyOwnPestControl.com and Talbert Insurances Services of Duluth.

It’s also the first Friendly Friday of the year. Adults get a premium level ticket in Section 115, a soda and either a pizza slice or jumbo hotdog for only $20 per person. Kids get a premium level ticket in Section 115 and a Kids Meal (chicken bites or hot dog, fries and a soda) for only $15. For a family of four, that’s a professional hockey game and a meal for only $ 70 total. The friendly Friday offer is only available online or at the Arena at Gwinnett Center Box office.

Check out our Friendly Friday season ticket package, which includes a ticket to all of our Friday night games and food. Kids Friendly Friday season ticket packages are only $ 105 each. Adult Friendly Friday season ticket packages are only $ 140. (Package prices will be prorated after each Friendly Friday home game.) Click here for more info.

In addition, Opening Night is Hat Trick for Reading Night for Gwinnett County Elementary Students. Sponsored by Suwanee Dental Care, participating elementary school students earned a pair of tickets to the game by completing the Gladiators Hat Trick for Reading Program through their school and will be on hand to welcome the new season.
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Hat Trick for Reading Program

The Gwinnett Gladiators Hat Trick for Reading Program is designed to help stimulate interest in reading among Elementary and Middle School aged children in the many Public, Private, and Home School groups in our area.

Each student will be given a Gladiators bookmark and asked to read at least three books during a specified time period (generally four to six weeks.) It will be up to the teacher to determine appropriate reading materials. After students read their books, they will be required to submit to the teacher “proof” they read their book (i.e. essay, report, etc.). As books are read, the teacher verifies by initialing a designated space on each bookmark.

After the Hat Trick for Reading Program is completed, each school will provide the Gladiators with a number of students who “scored a hat trick”. The Gladiators will then provide the appropriate amount of ticket vouchers to the teacher for distribution to these students.

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS: Participating students in Gwinnett County Public Schools will receive a voucher for two (2) complimentary End Zone seats to the Friday, October 22nd game vs. South Carolina. All Other Public School systems, Private Schools, and Home School Groups will receive a voucher good for (2) complimentary End Zone seats for the Saturday, November 6th vs. Greenville. The award voucher will also allow the purchase of up to (4) additional End Zone seats for only $6 each. An End Zone seat has a regular gate price of $13.

MIDDLE SCHOOLS: Participating students in ALL participating Middle Schools … Public, Private and Home Schools and (regardless of location) will receive a voucher for (2) complimentary tickets to the Sunday, December 5th game vs. Greenville. The award voucher will also allow the purchase of up to (4) additional End Zone seats for only $6 each. An End Zone seat has a regular gate price of $13.

For more information about how your school can benefit from the Gladiators Hat Trick for Reading Program, please contact Jim Hall, Director of Community Relations, at (770) 497-5109 or via e-mail at jhall@gwinnettgladiators.com.

Special Thanks to the 150+ local Public, Private, and Home School Groups that participated in the “Hat Trick for Reading” program during the 2009-2010 Season.