4-H Day at the Edward Jones Dome
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 28, 2013
You are invited to join other Illinois and Missouri 4-H members, volunteers, family, and friends for 4‑H Day at the Edward Jones Dome at noon on Sunday, November 3, 2013, to watch the St. Louis Rams take on the Tennessee Titans. The game will be followed by a country music concert by a major country music artist. Tickets for the game can be purchased over the phone at 314/425-0528 or by mail or fax using the 4-H Ticket Order Form on the event flier at http://web.extension.illinois.edu/state4h/events/documents/2013Dome.pdf. You can also order tickets online at http://www.stlouisrams.com/groupticketinfo using the promo code "4-H." Credit card orders will be accepted.
There are two seating options. You can purchase a $50 upper terrace level seat or a $99 field level seat. You will receive with each ticket purchased a $10 food and drink voucher and a special t-shirt in four sizes featuring the 4-H and Rams emblems. If your order is for 20 or more tickets, you will receive an additional $10 food and drink voucher for each ticket! Orders of 20 or more tickets can include some $50 tickets and some $99 tickets, or all the ticket values can be the same. As an additional benefit, $5 of each ticket order will be used to support Illinois and Missouri 4-H and Extension program initiatives.
There are a limited number of tickets available so order soon! Questions can be addressed at the phone number and e-mail address on the 4-H Day at the Edward Jones Dome flier, or by contacting Dave Hileman with University of Missouri Extension at email@example.com.
Source: Steve Wagoner, Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development - Metro, firstname.lastname@example.org
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