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EVENT: Fulfill your pledge at a Chicago Red Stars game!

Remember my challenge to you my dear readers? The one where I asked you to pledge to attend ONE professional women's sporting event in 2010?  Well Chicago friends, July 25th is a wonderful chance to fulfill that pledge!

Chicago Red Stars vs Boston Breakers

July 25, 2010

3 PM

Toyota Park

$19 per ticket

For $19 you get discounted Harlem End tickets with a hot dog or pizza, dessert/fruit cup, and drink during a pre-game tailgate lunch at the stadium. You will be placed in seats with the “I Pledge to Attend a Women’s Sports Game 2010” group. If we purchase 50 tickets in this section, 11 lucky kids, age 11 and under, will be selected to be player escorts for the Chicago Red Stars, leading WPS players onto the field during introductions. Use our super special ticket portal to purchase your tickets!

If you haven't been to a Red Stars game, let me tell you that it's awesome. The crowd is super family friendly, parking is right outside the stadium and the game is great.

In case you are wondering, I am not benefiting from this promotion at all. Not one penny goes to me.

Now go get your tickets and I'll see you at the fruit cups.


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