Monday, August 18, 2014
Tuesday nights at Joseph P. Riley Jr. Park this season have consistently featured Harris Teeter and its Two-for-$20 Date Night special for couples to enjoy a fun night of Charleston RiverDogs baseball. For the final Tuesday game at The Joe, the RiverDogs are partnering with Harris Teeter to host a special food drive to benefit the Lowcountry Food Bank.
The Harris Teeter Food Drive is scheduled for Tuesday, August 26 at Riley Park, coinciding with RiverDogs game that is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. Fans who bring at least two non-perishable Harris Teeter brand food items to the Riley Park Box Office will get $2 off any individual ticket. The Lowcountry Food Bank will receive all of the donations from this food drive.
“The RiverDogs are always proud to partner with Harris Teeter, and we are thrilled to host this food drive during our final Harris Teeter Two-for-$20 Date Night Tuesdays from Nash FM,” said RiverDogs General Manager Dave Echols. “The Lowcountry Food Bank has also been a big partner through our HOPE Week initiative and our ‘Smokin' Chef' series on Sundays. We fully encourage our fans to join the fight against hunger when they come to these Tuesday games.”
In addition to fan donations on Aug. 26, Harris Teeter will also donate 50 cases of canned food to the Lowcountry Food Bank. The $2 ticket discount for fan donations may not be combined with the Harris Teeter Two-for-$20 Date Night special. Couples that show a VIC card at the box office may receive the Date Night special, which covers two tickets to the game, two tacos, two fountain drinks and a nacho tray for only $20.
The RiverDogs have 10 home games remaining in the regular season, including postgame fireworks displays on Friday, Aug. 15 and Thursday, Aug. 28.
For more information or to order tickets to any RiverDogs game, visit the Riley Park Box Office, call 843-577-DOGS (3647) or head online to www.riverdogs.com. If fans cannot make it to the ballpark, they are encouraged to tune in to all the action this year both home and away worldwide on www.riverdogs.com and locally on 1250 WTMA, the new radio home for RiverDogs baseball.
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