MARION CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Marion Community Day set for June 29 at Rent One Park
Marion Chamber of Commerce recently issued the following announcement.
Marion Community Day at Rent One Park is Friday, June 29. The Southern Illinois Miners will be facing off against the Gateway Grizzlies. Show your community spirit and support for Marion by attending the game on Friday, June 29, which is also MILITARY APPRECIATION NIGHT!
As a Chamber member, you have access to deals with the Southern Illinois Miners for Community Day, including the following options to participate:
Table on the concourse and 4 general admission tickets - $125
Your business will receive 4 general admission tickets to the game and a display table on the concourse during the game to promote your business and products.
Tickets to the game - $10/each for box seats. $5/each for general admission.
Help us fill our roster of performers! We need:
A batboy or batgirl. Must be over the age of 14.
Little Luckies performers. Must be between 5-7 years of age.
"Play Ball" Kid.
A pre-game performance by Victoria Shore, Miss Southern Illinois Outstanding Teen 2018 and first runner up to Miss Illinois Outstanding Teen, will start the evening.
The first pitch will be thrown at 7:05 p.m.
Tickets to the game are only $10 for box seats and $5 for general admission and are available for purchase online here, by calling the Marion Chamber at (618) 997-6311, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by stopping by the Marion Chamber at 2305 West Main. A portion of ticket sales through June 25 will go to the Marion Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Grad Spree program.
Save money AND support a great cause by purchasing your tickets through the Marion Chamber! General Admission tickets are normally $7 each and Box Seats tickets are normally $12 each. Tickets must be picked up at the Marion Chamber office before June 25 at 4 p.m.
The Marion Chamber of Commerce Foundation sponsors Grad Spree, which was started more than 30 years ago to help insure that graduation is the beginning of a new life, not the end of one. The Chamber provides a night of fun-filled activities following graduation ceremonies. The cost of this event is covered by direct donations and dollars raised at various Marion Chamber of Commerce fundraisers.
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