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Join HOPES for a night of baseball: July 13

When: July 13, 7:05 PM (Voucher exchange 5:30 pm – 7:15 pm*)
Where: Greater Nevada Field
Game: Reno Aces vs El Paso Chihuahuas
Price: $12 (Portion of every ticket sold will raise money for HOPES)
Seats: Right Field Reserved Seats

Northern Nevada HOPES will be at Greater Nevada Field on Thursday, July 13th for the Reno Aces versus El Paso Chihuahuas game. Ticket vouchers are $12 for right field seats and the game starts at 7:05pm.

*Vouchers and Eventbrite tickets must be redeemed for tickets on game day (July 13) between 5:30 pm and 7:15 pm at the HOPES table, located next to the ticket window in the front of the stadium.

HOPES has a section of right field reserved seats – upon arrival you can choose where you would like to sit in that section. Ticket holders can also sit in the general admission grassy berm area.

HOPES will be exchanging vouchers for tickets from 5:30 pm to 7:15 pm on July 13, the day of the game. If your party arrives at different times, we can hold seat reservations at the HOPES table for them to pick up when they arrive.

A portion of every ticket sold by HOPES will raise money to help provide affordable, quality healthcare services for the Northern Nevada community.

Get your tickets by clicking here, or contact Clint Demeritt at cdemeritt@nnhopes.org or call 775-997-7575.

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