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Great Events for Kids from Yale University Athletics!

Looking for something fun to do with the kids?  Bring all your family and friends over to Yale University for some of our great upcoming promotions we have going on!

 

February 12th, 7 PM - Women's Basketball vs. Dartmouth, "WCBA Pink Zone"
$1 admission ticket to all fans wearing pink. Proceeds will raise
money for the Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven to be
designated for breast cancer research.
Contact Person: Steve D

 

February 19th, 1 PM - Gymnastics Youth Day vs. Southern Connecticut
State University
Free admission, free youth raffle, give-aways, face painting, and an
autograph session with the Yale Gymnastics team.
Contact Person: Ashley Sherkus

 

February 19th, 4 PM - Women's Hockey vs. Princeton, "Media Day"
Free admission for kids and a post-game Kids Press Conference with the
team, where kids are the ones who ask the questions.
Contact Person: Bill Holohan

 

February 26th, 6 PM - Men's Basketball vs. Harvard, "Senior Night /
Fan Appreciation Night"
Free Dog Pound Rally Towels to the first 250 fans in attendance.
Contact Person: Steve D


The events below are exclusive only for Kids Club Members.  The link to
sign up for the Kids Club is:
http://www.yalebulldogs.com/information/kids_club/e-form


February 18th, 7 PM - Women’s Hockey vs. Quinnipiac, "Free Piggy Banks"
Members of the Kids Club will receive a voucher via e-mail and will be
presented at the Marketing Table to redeem a free Yale Hockey piggy
bank.
Contact Person: Ashley Sherkus or Bill Holohan

 

February 19th, 7 PM - Men’s Basketball vs. Penn, "Free GA Ticket Night"
Members of the Kids Club will receive a voucher via e-mail and will be
presented at Box Office to redeem one free general admission ticket to
Men’s Basketball vs. Penn on February 19th, 2011 at 7 pm.
Contact Person: Ashley Sherkus or Steve D

 

February 25th, 7 PM - Men’s Hockey vs. Colgate, "Kids Club Autograph Raffle"
Members of the Kids Club will receive a voucher via e-mail and will be
presented at the Marketing Table in order to be entered in a raffle
where members are eligible to win Yale autographs from the Men’s
Hockey, Women’s Basketball, and Gymnastics team.
Contact Person: Ashley Sherkus or Bill Holohan

 

March 5th, 7 PM - Women’s Basketball vs. Cornell, "Boola’s Kids Club
Pizza Party"
Members of the Kids Club will RSVP in advance in order to participate
in a post-game pizza party with the mascot on the last Women’s
Basketball game of the season for no cost.  Available to first 75
members who sign up in advance.  Deadline is Monday, February 28th by
3 PM.
Contact Person: Ashley Sherkus or Steve D


If anyone has any questions about these upcoming events, please contact us at the Yale Athletics Sports Marketing Office at (203) 436-1256 or send us an e-mail at yalesports@gmail.com.  Thank you for your support and go Bulldogs!

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Whew, that´s a lot of great stuff. Make sure to add them to the events! :)

 

Now, time to get hockey tickets...

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