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Grizzlies To Honor Bryan Stow On April 23rd
04/18/2011 7:40 PM ET
FRESNO, CA - The Fresno Grizzlies announced today that they are offering a special ticket package for their game on Saturday, April 23rd to help support Bryan Stow, who was attacked and suffered critical injuries following the San Francisco Giants season opener in Los Angeles.

Fans can purchase a Super View ticket and special Bryan Stow bracelet for $15, with $10 going directly to The Bryan Stow Fund, established to support Bryan and his family. Stow is a paramedic with American Medical Response and works games for the San Francisco's Single-A affiliate, the San Jose Giants, at Municipal Stadium.

"Bryan is part of the Giants family, which makes him a part of our family as well," said Grizzlies President & CEO Chris Cummings. "We encourage our fans to join us in helping support him and his family."

Bracelets are limited to the first 1,000 fans that purchase the package. Fans that want to support the cause but cannot attend Saturday's game can exchange their ticket for any other home date, excluding July 4th. For those who do not take advantage of the ticket package, $1 from every walk-up ticket sold day-of-game will also be donated to the fund. The Grizzlies will also have tables at the gates to Chukchansi Park where fans can make additional donations.

The Fresno Grizzlies return to Chukchansi Park on Saturday, April 23rd when they welcome the Reno Aces to Downtown Fresno. The special Bryan Stow ticket package and tickets for all remaining home games are available for purchase now in person at the Grizzlies Box Office, or over the phone at 559-320-TIXS.



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