PITTSBURGH - The Pittsburgh Power announced today their most ambitious promotional schedule in team history. Starting with the home opener on Saturday, March 23 against the Utah Blaze, Power fans will receive premium giveaway items at each CONSOL Energy Center game along with unlimited $1 Smith’s hotdogs and $1 7UP fountain drinks.
Pittsburgh Power fleece blankets will be given to the first 5,000 fans on March 23 and will kick off the nine-game giveaway extravaganza, courtesy of Trib Total Media. Other Power promotional items include caps, umbrellas, footballs, freezer mugs, t-shirts, earbud headphones, cooler bags and aluminum water bottles, all to the first 5,000 fans.
“We’d like to thank all our sponsors for making these items available to our fans,” Power co-owner Matt Shaner said. “It’s been an extremely productive offseason as we’ve refocused our marketing efforts completely to enhance the in-game experience.”
All Power fans will also be able to enjoy unlimited $1 Smith’s hotdogs and $1 7UP fountain drinks at every game this season.
“We are thrilled to be able to offer these incredible values to our fans this season,” said NFL Hall of Famer and Power co-owner Lynn Swann. “I’d like to recognize our friends with the Dr. Pepper, Snapple Group and Smith’s Hot Dogs, as well as the Pittsburgh Penguins, CONSOL Energy Center and Aramark, who helped us facilitate this amazing opportunity.”
Giant Eagle Family Fun Packs will also be available for all nine Power home games. Starting at $70, each package includes four great lower level seats and $5 of food and beverage value on each ticket, redeemable at any CONSOL Energy Center concession stand. Fans can purchase up to eight Giant Eagle Family Fun Pack tickets for each game. Pittsburgh-based Giant Eagle is the 21st largest supermarket retailer in North America and their popular Fun Pack program has been a hit with Pittsburgh area sporting events and family shows for the past six years. Giant Eagle Family Fun Packs are available not only at Giant Eagle Ticketmaster locations, but everywhere Pittsburgh Power tickets are sold.
The Power have also partnered with a non-profit charitable partner for each of their nine home games, with details of the partnerships to be announced next week.
Individual tickets for all Pittsburgh Power home games start at just $15 and will go on sale Friday, February 15 at 10:00 a.m. at the Dick’s Sporting Goods Box Office at CONSOL Energy Center, all Ticketmaster outlets, by phone at (800) 745-3000 and online at ticketmaster.com.