Springfield, MO – The Springfield Cardinals, Double-A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals, are proud to partner with Ashley Furniture HomeStore to launch the Salute to Military Program, recognizing military personnel for their service throughout the 2013 season.
The Salute to Military Program will shine the spotlight on military personnel who have demonstrated outstanding military and community service and support for other veterans. Active and retired personnel
must be nominated for the Salute to Military Program. One active or retired military member per game will then be selected to receive four
tickets in the front row next to the home dugout and take part in an in-game recognition of their service, courtesy of Ashley Furniture HomeStore.
To nominate an active or retired member of the military for the Cardinals and Ashley Furniture HomeStore Salute to Military Program, please fill out a nomination form and submit it to the Cardinals by mail (955 E. Trafficway, Springfield, MO 65802), fax (417-863-0388), or at home games. Nomination forms may also be picked up at Ashley Furniture HomeStore or emailed to Coordinator of Fan Interaction Faith Lorhan at [email protected]
Click here to download a Salute to Military Nomination Form.
The Hammons Field Home Opener is just two days away on Thursday, April 11, and will feature the Great Southern Bank Magnet Schedule Giveaway (5,000 fans), the AM Pyrotechnics Fireworks Kick-Off Show and will be a Johnsonville “Buck a Brat” Night with bratwursts for just a buck! First Pitch is 7:09 p.m. against Corpus Christi with gates opening at 6:09 p.m.
For information about becoming a Season Ticket Holder, ordering the new Friday, Saturday, and Promo Items Packs (only 100 available), the custom-designed Championship Packs (only 100 available) or ordering Individual Game Tickets right now, call the Front Office at (417) 863-0395 or visit SpringfieldCardinals.com.
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This article originally appeared on the official website of the Springfield Cardinals. Click here to view the original story.