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The Arts of Collin County Scores a Homerun with the Frisco RoughRiders on July 23rd

$20 Tickets include ticket, program, hat and all you can eat food and drink and a contribution to the Arts of Collin County

“Take Me Out to the Ball game…” may be one of America’s most loved songs and sport. So why not combine your spirit for arts and sports with a fun, family night out benefiting the Arts of Collin County.

Friday, July 23 at 7 p.m., the Frisco RoughRiders take on the Corpus Christi Hooks at the Arts of Collin County Night. The cost is $20 and includes; a bullpen game ticket, playball program, RoughRiders baseball hat, all you can eat burgers, hot dogs, chips and drinks and best of all…a contribution to the Arts of Collin County. The night will end with a spectacular fireworks display over the ballpark.

For tickets, contact Jeff Hamler at 972-334-1901 or jhamler@ridersbaseball.com for tickets today (make sure to tell him the tickets are for the Arts of Collin County Night). See you at the game!

About The Arts of Collin County

The Arts of Collin County (ACC) is a nationally recognized, innovative, public-private partnership to develop a 100+ acre arts park. Co-owned by the cities of Allen, Frisco and Plano, with operational support by member cities, Fairview and Melissa, the development of the arts park is supported with $57 million in bond monies, $3 million in Collin County Open Space Grant funds, and additional financial support from private individuals, corporations and foundations. Located at half mile east of Custer Road on the Sam Rayburn Tollway (Hwy. 121), the arts park will be completed in phases, with a 2,100-seat performing arts hall, performance meadow, and hike and bike trails included in Phase One. To contribute and learn more, visit the ACC website at www.artsofcollincounty.org or call 214-495-5810.

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