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Nats offer government workers support
Team giving away Opening Day tickets, one 2014 season job
10/01/2013 11:29 PM ET
Potomac made it all the way to the Mills Cup Finals this past season.
Potomac made it all the way to the Mills Cup Finals this past season. (Gary Dize/Potomac Nationals)

WOODBRIDGE, Va. -- Amidst the ongoing federal government shutdown which began today at midnight, the Potomac Nationals are giving back to government workers for their steadfast support of P-Nats Baseball.

The Nationals are offering courtesy 2014 P-Nats Opening Day tickets to those government employees who have been furloughed as a result of the shutdown, in addition to the opportunity for these government workers to serve the team in a game operations role during the '14 season as part of the P-Nats' gameday staff.

All federal government employees who have been furloughed may receive one free 2014 Opening Day ticket by showing government identification at the Potomac Nationals Front Office at any point throughout the course of the 2013 government shutdown during regular business hours (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.).

The first qualified federal government employee to apply for the 2014 gameday position in person at Pfitzner Stadium will be hired in an effort to assist in recouping compensation lost during the shutdown.

Pfitzner Stadium, home of the Potomac Nationals, is located at 7 County Complex Court in Woodbridge, Va.

Note: The Potomac Nationals are an equal opportunity employer.

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