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April 30 is FREE FOOD NIGHT04/24/2009 1:48 PM ET
The Buffalo Bisons, Triple-A affiliate of the New York Mets, today announced that they will hold Free Food Night on Thursday, April 30 against the Louisville Bats at Coca-Cola Field (6:05 p.m.).
On April 30, the Bisons will hand out a tear-off card at the ballpark's gates that contains $8.00 of FREE food coupons. Each card will have a coupon for one FREE meal item (either hot dog, hamburger, Italian sausage or kids PB&J uncrustable pouch), one FREE small popcorn and one FREE small ice cream sandwich. The concession stands will also offer unlimited Coca-Cola soft drink products throughout the game.
The tear-off card will also contain a $2.00 OFF coupon for the purchase of a ticket to a Bisons game from May 1-3.
The Bisons Free Food Night is presented by Regent Broadcasting of Buffalo, in cooperation with Country 106.5 WYRK, 96.1 WJYE, 93.7 WBLK and 92.9 JACK FM. Free Food Night has been made possible in part by the generous donations from Coca-Cola Bottling of Buffalo, Zweigles, Perry's Ice Cream, Midstate Bakery and Sara Lee/ButterKrust and Sanarak Paper and Popcorn Supplies.
"Our fans have always supported Bisons Baseball and our brand of family entertainment and value. It is imperative on our part to continue to find ways to give back to our community and to those that have helped us break minor league attendance records," said Mike Buczkowski, Vice President/General Manager of the Buffalo Bisons.
Earlier this season, the Bisons distributed more than 3,000 free Opening Day tickets to Western New York residents that had recently lost their job.
Tickets for the game are available at the Coca-Cola Field Box Office (open Mon-Fri, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 9:00 a.m. - end of Bisons game). Fans can also order over the phone by calling THE-HERD (716-843-4373) or online at Bisons.com.
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