Marquette Royales to Hold NASCAR-Themed Fundraiser
Bidding is underway online for these cool NASCAR-themed jerseys! Make your bid NOW!
Marquette, Michigan – February 17, 2014 – This weekend is the last regular season home series for the Marquette Royales and they’ll be auctioning off special NASCAR jerseys again to raise funds for Central U.P. Hockey programs.
The Royales are teaming up with Hoover Auto Body to present their first ever NASCAR-themed fundraiser this weekend, February 21st, 22nd, and 23rd, as they take on the TriCity Icehawks.
There will be 50/50 raffles, collectible NASCAR pucks, silent auction items and the NASCAR jerseys that will be auctioned off after Saturday night’s game. Online bidding already started, so go to the Marquette Royales website and place your bid now!
Our Marquette Royales are at leading the pack in the Great Lakes Division and looking to take home a National Championship this year. Come on out to Lakeview Arena this weekend for what will be a spectacular series and support the Royales as they raise money for other Central U.P. Hockey programs.
Individual tickets are $6 for adults (18+), $5 for seniors (65+), $4 for youth (11-17), and $2 for Military (with Active ID). As always, kids under 11 are free. You can get your tickets at the door or get a deal on adult tickets at upbargains.com. GO ROYALES!
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