CT Tigers Announce 'Hit The Books' Reading Program
Kids read 4 books before August 1 and get a free ticket, meet & greet on field with CT The Tiger
By Kevin Gehl / Connecticut Tigers | June 26, 2018 4:36 PM
The Connecticut Tigers are pleased to announce their 2018 'Hit the Books' Summer Reading Program.
So what is 'Hit The Books' all about? The Connecticut Tigers and Liberty Bank believe reading is essential for children all year long so they are rewarding kids for reading during the summer time.
'Hit the Books' is a program designed to maintain children's reading skills throughout the summer. Any student who reads four (4) books between June 1st and August 1st will be given a FREE ticket to the Connecticut Tigers regular season home game on Sunday, August 12.
CLICK HERE to download a 'Hit The Books' entry form.
Here's how kids can qualify:
* Any student from kindergarten through 8th grade may submit (1) entry
* Read four (4) books between June 1 and August 1
* Complete the reading log and mail it back with a self-addressed stamped envelope to the CT Tigers by August 1st. Be sure to include an email address on the form because all notifications will be sent via email.
* Upon receipt, the Connecticut Tigers will mail the student a FREE Connecticut Tigers ticket to the home game on August 12
* Bring your free ticket to Dodd Stadium on August 12 to enjoy the family-fun environment of Tigers baseball
* All participating students will have the opportunity to be a part of the "Hit the Books' celebration at Dodd Stadium on August 12 when they will be recognized on the field pregame for their efforts.
Any questions? Please contact the Connecticut Tigers over the phone at (860) 887-7962 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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