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"We Salute You" Wednesdays to Honor Military
Individuals or businesses can make tax-deductible donations
01/23/2013 3:07 PM ET
Five BlueClaws Wednesday home games will now be "We Salute You Wednesdays" in honor of military members.
Five BlueClaws Wednesday home games will now be "We Salute You Wednesdays" in honor of military members. 
LAKEWOOD, NJ - The Lakewood BlueClaws are pleased to introduce the Military Partners Program and We Salute You Wednesdays for the 2013 season. Through the program, companies can donate tickets to a series of Wednesday games for exclusive use by both veterans and active military members.

The five We Salute You Wednesday dates are April 10, May 1, June 12, July 3, and August 21.

At these We Salute You Wednesday games, the BlueClaws will have an extensive military presence including an assortment of the following:

  • Special Military-Themed Jerseys Worn By Players and Coaches
  • Rendition of God Bless America
  • Pre-Game Military Ceremonies (such as honoring a soldier returning from active duty or a re-enlistment ceremony)
  • Prize Raffles Exclusively for Military Personnel

Each participating donor (individual or business) will receive exposure through various BlueClaws outlets as well as the potential for tax deductbility.

There are six levels of donations: 10 tickets, 25 tickets, 50 tickets, 100 tickets, 250 tickets, and 500 tickets. Each donated ticket is $7 and the donation levels range from $70 to $3,500. Additional bonuses for participating donors, in the form of BlueClaws tickets and outings, are available depending on donation levels.

With any questions or for more information, please call Kevin Fenstermacher at 732-901-7000 ext 115 or email

The Lakewood BlueClaws, the Jersey Shore's top stop for affordable, family entertainment, have led the South Atlantic League in attendance in all 12 years of existence.

- BlueClaws -

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