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SA Rampage Ticket Promo for March 20 Game to Support SOTX
Special Olympics Texas

March, 2016

The American Hockey League’s San Antonio Rampage are raising awareness and funds for Special Olympics Texas athletes in the San Antonio area by offering discounted tickets for its game against the Grand Rapids Griffins on Sunday, March 20 at 4:00 p.m. at the AT&T Center.


Tickets can be purchased here. Use promo code rampage when ordering. Tickets start at $19. For every ticket purchased to the game through this promotion, $5.00 will be donated to Special Olympics Texas.


For additional questions, please contact Jordan Gillhespy ( at 210.444.5144.





About Special Olympics Texas
Special Olympics Texas (SOTX) is a privately funded non-profit organization that changes lives through the power of sport by encouraging and empowering people with intellectual disabilities, promoting acceptance for all, and fostering communities of understanding and respect.  SOTX provides continuing opportunities for more than 55,200 children and adults with intellectual disabilities throughout the Lone Star State to realize their potential, develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage and experience joy and friendship.  To learn more, or call 800.876.5646.  Engage with us on: Twitter; Visit the SOTX-San Antonio Area Facebook page at



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