Geauga County Public Library offering discount tickets to Indians game
Thinking about checking out the Tribe? How about the July 26 game against the Rangers? The Geauga County Public Library is offering discount tickets to that game. More details from a news release:
GCPL offering discount tickets to Cleveland Indians game
$20 for game against the Texas Rangers, dollar dog night, fireworks
Geauga County – June 10, 2013 – Geauga County Public Library is offering $20 discount tickets (plus processing fee) for the 7:05 p.m., July 26, 2013 Cleveland Indians game against the Texas Rangers. The evening includes the additional attractions of dollar dog night as well as post-game fireworks. Tickets may be purchased online only at: http://tinyurl.com/d7x42gt. The promotion code word is “library.” This special offer is part of GCPL’s 50th anniversary summer-long celebration. The group will be seated together in the mezzanine section.
Geauga County Public Library was established in 1963 following a board motion made by Indians owner Larry Dolan, who was serving on the Library Board at that time. Mr. Dolan is a long-time supporter of GCPL. “Both libraries and Little League Baseball are organizations that build strong communities,” Mr. Dolan says. “I’m proud to be associated with Geauga County Public Library. It’s an excellent library. And, we’re pleased that staff and patrons are celebrating its history at a Cleveland Indians’ game.”
Tickets are available while supplies last at the above link.