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TRI-CITY AMERICANS ALUMNI CARES

Pictured: Alumni Adam Hughesman, Brendan Shinnimin, Mason Wilgosh 2011-2012 season

 

Tri-City Americans General Manager Bob Tory announced today a new program called “Tri-City Americans Alumni Cares”.

As an Americans Alum, giving back to the community creates a legacy to be remembered. The Alumni Cares Program will allow youth to attend Tri-City Americans games free of charge. Tickets will be distributed to grade schools, churches, youth groups, and service clubs to create a positive experience in the life of a child.

“I was approached by some of our Alumni asking how they could give back to the community,” said Tory. “From these discussions, former players initiated the Alumni Cares Program.”

“The response by our Alumni to get involved again with the community shows the commitment and character that was developed during the years they spent in an Americans uniform,” continued Tory.

Thank you to all our Alumni for developing this program and remembering the special time that you spent with the Tri-City Americans.

It is important to remember our past and reconnecting with our Alumni and the community is something that is very special.

 

 

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