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The Stone Crabs and RaceTrac offer to pay for fans gas to drive to upcoming games.
01/24/2013 11:06 AM ET

PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. - The Stone Crabs and RaceTrac convenience stores are excited to partner on the "We'll Buy Your Gas" promotion to help fans deal with rising gas prices. Throughout the Stone Crabs season, fans will have the opportunity to purchase two reserved seats to any Stone Crabs game, along with two hot dogs, and two sodas for only $26. In addition to the ticket package, fans will receive a complimentary $5 gas card from RaceTrac convenience stores, while supplies last.

"Even though we are a local team, we realize that rising gas prices can make it difficult for our fans to make it to our games, so we have partnered with RaceTrac to make it even more affordable for our fans to enjoy Stone Crabs Baseball this year.", said Patrick McMaster, Stone Crabs Assistant General Manager-Sales.

The "We'll Buy Your Gas" Promotion will be available throughout the season starting with the following promotional night games: Saturday May 14th - Fireworks and Little "E"; Friday May 27th - BB McCoy-Dancing Bat Boy; Saturday May 28th - Golfer's Appreciation Night

"RaceTrac is excited to partner with the Stone Crabs on such a great ticket package this year", said Eric Williams, RaceTrac Vice President of Marketing. "We hope our gas cards will be a little extra help for Stone Crab fans to make it to the games. With four convenient RaceTrac locations in the Port Charlotte area and a new store opening on El Jobean Road, Stone Crab fans can stop in to fill up and grab all their tailgating needs prior to the games."

"We'll Buy Your Gas" Promotion tickets and gas cards will be available starting Wednesday, May 4th by calling the Stone Crabs office at 941-206-4487.

Tickets for all 2011 home games range from $6-11 and are currently available for all home games. Call 941-206-HITS (4487) or visit StoneCrabsBaseball.com for more information.



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