FORT MYERS, FL (May 31, 2011) - The Fort Myers Miracle feel the disappointment and anger of the Ohio State University football fan today and want to help ease the pain. So the time to move on from the Jim Tressel era is now!
The club announced that Monday, June 6 will be "Rest the Vest" Night at Hammond Stadium when the Miracle host the Jupiter Hammerheads at 7:05 pm.
The new coach of the Buckeyes presumably will not wear sweater vests on the sidelines; so it's time to retire them. Fans are encouraged to bring their sweater vest and place it in the retirement bin near the front gate of Hammond Stadium.
Patrons willingly letting go of the prized possession will have the opportunity to participate in a test drive of a beautiful sports car from Classic Cars of Florida.
Classic Cars of Florida specialize in providing clients with the highest quality, low mileage, exotic, highline, import, American, domestic collectible and Muscle Cars. In addition to being a Licensed and Bonded Auto Dealer in the State of Florida, they are recognized as one of the nation's most effective and reliable Auto Brokers for both buyers and sellers.
The Miracle want everyone to enjoy the "Rest the Vest" Night and even though you might not have a favorite sweater vest, if you have a tattoo then you also benefit.
Just by showing a tattoo, Ohio State or non-related, fans will receive a piece of Miracle memorabilia to keep or sell.
We know it has been a long saga that has affected Buckeye Nation, but let the Miracle help with your move into the Luke Fickell era.
Tickets are available for "Rest the Vest" Night at the Fort Myers Miracle 3rd floor Hammond Stadium ticket office from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Fans can purchase tickets online at www.miraclebaseball.com, with the Miracle's online ticket system allowing fans the ability to select their exact seat location for each game and print tickets at home.
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