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Shock Announce Two-Part Season Ticket Pick-up Plan

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Shock season-ticket holders are able to pick up their season tickets in two ways this season. Shock season-ticket holders are able to pick up their season tickets in two ways this season.

by Spokane Shock Media Relations

SPOKANE, Wash. – The Spokane Shock have announced a two-part season ticket pick up event for 2014 season ticket holders prior to their Mar. 15 home opener against the Iowa Barnstormers.

Part one will take place on Saturday, Mar. 1 at the Shock Practice Facility, located at 3212 N Eden Road in Spokane Valley. Season ticket holders are invited to view a competitive Shock Training Camp practice from 10 a.m. to 12 Noon in addition to the first opportunity to pick up their 2014 season tickets.

Autographs and photo opportunities will not be available during the Mar. 1 event.

Part two of the 2014 Season Ticket pick up event will be held at EPIC sports restaurant and entertainment venue located at Northern Quest Resort and Casino on Tuesday, Mar. 4.

From 5:30-8 p.m. Shock season ticket holders and fans will be presented with an opportunity to pick up 2014 season ticket packages, get autographs and pictures with Shock players and Dance Team members, watch Shock highlights on the 10’ x 30’ HD screen, and enjoy food and drink specials. The event is open to Shock fans of all ages.

Also a part of the Mar. 4 event at EPIC will be the first edition of the 2014 Shock Coach’s show, which will take place at the venue from 6-7 p.m.

If season ticket holders are unable to attend either season ticket pick up event, ticket packages will be mailed to them on Mar. 5 to ensure they arrive well in advance of the Shock’s home opener against Iowa on Mar. 15 in Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena.

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