The SeaWolves are pleased to introduce Fauxback Friday, a season-long promotion in which the club will wear 1970s inspired jerseys. Additionally, scoreboard graphics and in-game promotions will feature a throwback flavor during Friday home games.
The SeaWolves will celebrate their first Fauxback Friday on Friday, April 7 with a special '70s Night. For the April 7 game only, select drink prices will be rolled back to the '70s including 75-cent specials on Budweiser, Bud Light and Pepsi fountain drinks at UPMC Park concession stands.
On Friday, August 11, the first 1,000 fans ages 15 and older will receive a Fauxback Friday replica jersey. The team will also sell merchandise featuring fauxback branding throughout the season.
The SeaWolves' Fauxback Friday jerseys were designed by Studio Simon of Louisville, Kentucky. Studio Simon, a leader in sports brand identity development, has worked with over 100 professional, college, and amateur sports teams. Studio Simon has developed branding for two Super Bowls (XXXVI and XXXVII), two NFL Pro Bowls, 12 Baseball Winter Meetings, and 12 consecutive Minor League Baseball Opening Days.
Erie SeaWolves single-game tickets will be available for purchase online, via phone and at the UPMC Park ticket office starting Saturday, March 11 at 10 a.m. The team will celebrate Super Ticket Saturday with prize giveaways and free food and drinks compliments of Panera Bread, Smith Provision Co., Utz Quality Snacks, Cellone's and Pepsi. Rocket 101 will be on site from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. to promote the event. Fans can purchase individual game tickets, season ticket packages and a wide selection of new SeaWolves merchandise.
Fans can help the SeaWolves 'Stuff the Batter's Box' to benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank of NW PA. Fans who donate non-perishable food items to Second Harvest on SUPER TICKET SATURDAY will be entered into a drawing for SeaWolves tickets and VIP experiences. The SeaWolves will award over $1,000 in prizes to fans donating at the food drive. A list of the most needed items can be found at seawolves.com. During fiscal year 2015-2016, Second Harvest provided 13 million pounds of food to 167,700 recipients in our region.
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