Published On: April 17th, 2009

Bullfrogs reach out to area unemployed residents; Stimulus offer includes free tickets

Green Bay, WI – Over the last 3 months, as part of their commitment to being an active and loyal partner in the community, the Bullfrogs have taken an active approach to provide some relief to families facing financial struggles. If you remember, in February the team offered buy a 10-pack of Reserve tickets receive a 6-pack of Reserve tickets free and in March, the offer was buy two Leinies Fan Deck passes and receive two free.

Well its official, spring has sprung and the birds are singing with the unveiling of the biggest stimulus offer to date. The Green Bay Bullfrogs, presented by Country Inn & Suites Green Bay East, announced today that they have made 100 free Reserve tickets available, for three pre-selected Sunday home games, to area residents who are unemployed.

Under the newest stimulus offer, area residents who are receiving unemployment benefits will be eligible to receive two free Reserve Tickets to one of three home game dates, which include June 7th, July 12th, and August 2nd. 

“We (Bullfrogs) are very much in tune with the daily struggles that face many area residents,” Bullfrogs’ Owner Jeff Royle said. “If we can provide people a chance to get away from what troubles them and enjoy some quality family time together, then we are truly serving our purpose within the community.”

To qualify for these free tickets, individuals must provide documentation that shows they have been receiving unemployment benefits for a period of at least two weeks prior to the game they would like to attend. 

Unemployment tickets will be available, in person, on day of game only by visiting the Bullfrogs Executive Offices and Team Store, located in the Olde Main Street District of Green Bay, at 1306 Main Street. Tickets are on a first come basis and limited to 2 per household.

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