Bisons and United Way South Niagara team up to benefit South Niagara residents

Special Flex Tickets Sold in South Niagara to benefit United Way

By Buffalo Bisons | April 9, 2014 7:24 PM ET

Baseball fans in Niagara have even more of a reason to head across the river to watch the Buffalo Bisons. Not only are the Bisons the Triple-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays, but in 2014, proceeds of Bisons Flex Tickets purchased at the United Way South Niagara will benefit the South Niagara region.

"We are thrilled that the Bisons are helping us out here in South Niagara," says Tamara Coleman-Lawrie, executive director of United Way South Niagara. "There are a lot of baseball fans in our region, and when tickets are ordered through our office, our whole community will benefit."

Bisons Flex Tickets give baseball fans the ultimate flexibility when planning for the 2014 season. Each ticket purchased at the United Way South Niagara costs just $12 and is undated, meaning it can be redeemed at any time at the Coca-Cola Field Box Office for any 2014 game (excluding special events). Plus, each ticket purchased will benefit the United Way South Niagara.

"The Buffalo Bisons are the top minor league team in the Toronto Blue Jays system and these players represent the bright future of the Blue Jays." said Coleman-Lawrie. "Getting to see so many of the great young stars while also benefitting the United Way South Niagara is a perfect combination."

For more information or to order tickets for the Buffalo Bisons, please contact, or call 905-735-0490.


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This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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