Rafters Partner with Ho-Chunk Gaming Nekoosa To Honor Armed Forces With Jersey
Fans can submit photos of military personnel or veterans through March 28th
The Rafters have partnered with Ho-Chunk Gaming Nekoosa to incorporate a unique specialty jersey into Military Appreciation Night on Tuesday, June 26th, as the Rafters host the Madison Mallards. The jerseys will feature photos of military personnel who are currently serving or veterans who have served in the Armed Forces. We need your help to create this specialty jersey!
Fans may submit photos of current military personnel or veterans to be featured on the jersey. Submitted photos for the jerseys should be portrait style, showing one serviceman or servicewoman in military uniform. The jerseys will be worn by the Rafters and fans will have the opportunity to bid on the game-worn jerseys in a silent auction on the night of June 26th, with all proceeds benefitting the Never Forgotten Honor Flight.
The evening will also feature a variety of special events to recognize and honor the sacrifices of active duty members and veterans as well as their families.
To submit a photo, please fill out the form below and upload a photo. All photo submissions must be received by March 28th, 2018. Photos must be JPEG files in high resolution in order to be used on the jersey.
The Rafters Home Opener is slated for Friday, June 1st against the Wisconsin Woodchucks. The 2018 Rafters schedule is available at www.raftersbaseball.com. Ticket packages and group tickets options are available now. Call 715-424-5400 to book your summer fun today
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