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Rattlers offer replica 2012 championship ring to ticket package holders
01/24/2013 11:17 AM ET

GRAND CHUTE, WI - The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers are offering you an opportunity to grab a championship ring!   To commemorate the 2012 Midwest League Pennant, 2013 ticket package holders will receive a 3-inch replica ring with a display base.

Fans who hold a full season or half season ticket package will receive one replica ring for each seat that they own.   If a fan has four tickets in their full season or half season ticket package, that fan will receive four replica rings.

Ticket package holders with less than a half season package will receive one replica ring for every two seats they own.   If you own a Bang for Your Buck package with four seats, you will receive two replica rings.   If you own a Weekend package with three seats, you will receive one replica ring.

Individual ticket package holders - those with just one seat - must have 15 or more games in their order to receive their replica ring.

Quantities are limited so purchase or renew your season ticket package by March 1 to guarantee your replica ring.   If you have already renewed your ticket package for the upcoming season, you are guaranteed to receive your replica ring.

Contact Ryan Moede at 800-WI-TIMBER or (920) 733-4152 to order your ticket package for 2013.   You may also stop by the Timber Rattlers temporary ticket office at 2350 N. Casaloma Drive, Suite 102 between the hours of 9am and 5pm or go online to to order.  

Vouchers for the replica ring will be included when ticket packages are distributed on March 16.   The vouchers may be redeemed at a special season ticket holder table on April 8 during the home opener at newly renovated Time Warner Cable Field at Fox Cities Stadium.   Those unable to attend the home opener against the Cedar Rapids Kernels will be able to turn in their vouchers for the replica rings at the ticket office during regular business hours after April 8.

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