NHPGR Game Day with the Fisher Cats Opening Ceremony

Greetings fellow Patriots

On Sunday August 20th the NHPGR is sponsoring an afternoon ball game at Northeast Delta Dental stadium where the NH Fisher Cats will play the Altoona Curve with the first pitch tossed at 1:35pm. The NHPGR will fulfill an integral role in the opening ceremonies in that we’ll be conducting an on field ride-in, we’ll be presenting the colors for the national anthem as well as throwing out the ceremonial first pitch. In addition we’ve been offered the opportunity to unfurl and hold the HUMONGOUS American Flag that covers the infield for the opening ceremony. Unfurling the humongous American flag will require a minimum of 30 adults, kids are welcomed and encouraged to join in but won’t count towards the 30 adult minimum. While we’d like to take on the Honor of unfurling the humongous American Flag we can’t confirm with the Fisher Cats management that we’ll be able to do so until we know we’ll have enough participants to meet the 30 adult minimum. Thus we’re asking if participating in this aspect of the opening ceremony is something you can firmly commit to please reply to this email or give me a call at 603-533-8154.

In addition we now have available game day tickets that we’re seeking your help in selling to your friends, family, neighbors, co-workers etc. Tickets are ONLY $12.00 each and 100% of the proceeds from the tickets we sell go directly to NH Veterans and their families in need. For only a few bucks someone could take the whole family to a summer ball game knowing they’ll be supporting NH’s Veterans while having  pleasant afternoon enjoying America’s great pastime! Again if you would like tickets for yourself personally or to sell please reply to this email or give me a call.

Thanks in advance for your support of NH’s Veterans in need!

Respectfully

 It’s Not A Mission, It’s An HONOR

Bob Dorey
Patriot Guard Riders
NH State Captain
NHPatriotGuard.org

StateCaptain@NHPatriotGuard.org
603-533-8154

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