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Rivermen, Storm, Announce Season Ticket Exchange Deal

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Rivermen, Storm, Announce Season Ticket Exchange Deal

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Full-season ticket holders to receive discounted tickets to 2018-19 Peoria vs. Quad City games

Peoria, IL – The Peoria Rivermen and Quad City Storm are excited to announce a deal between the teams that will allow full-season ticket holders to attend away games for a discounted price when the teams face each other during the 2018-19 season. The deal will allow for Rivermen and Storm season ticket holders to purchase $15 premium tickets for Rivermen games at the TaxSlayer Center and Storm games at Carver Arena, respectively.
 
With the deal, Rivermen season ticket holders will be able to show their Season Ticket Holder Card to get a $15 ticket in section 114 (behind the visiting bench) of the TaxSlayer Center for Peoria at Quad City games, while Quad City Storm season ticket buyers will be able to show their Season Ticket Holder Card at Peoria’s Toyota Box Office to receive a $15 premium ticket ($19 face-value) when the Storm play at Carver Arena.
 
“We are thrilled to be able to welcome the Quad City Storm into our great league this season,” said Rivermen CEO Bart Rogers. “We’re excited that our close geographical proximity will allow our respective fans to enjoy more SPHL hockey and follow their teams on the road, and we are very pleased to be able to join the Storm franchise in offering our respective Full Season Ticket Holders an additional benefit.”

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