National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund and Cleveland Indians Team Up for Law Enforcement Appreciation Night
Cleveland Indians v. Minnesota Twins, Progressive Field, 7:05 pm, September 18
Washington, DC—The Cleveland Indians are teaming up with the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund to provide all law enforcement professionals, employees, families and friends a special night of remembrance and baseball at a reduced price. A portion of proceeds from ticket sales for the Indians v. Twins game at Progressive Field on September 18, set to begin at 7:05 pm, will benefit the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. Additionally, the first 1,000 orders will receive a limited edition Memorial Fund and Indians commemorative challenge coin.
Field Box Package: $37 (ticket, $10 donation to the Memorial Fund)
Lower Reserved Package: $27 (ticket, $8 donation to the Memorial Fund)
Mezzanine Package: $20 (ticket, $5 donation to the Memorial Fund)
Purchase your tickets at http://tinyurl.com/D6NXCF9, and use the password: NLEOMF.
"We are proud to partner with the Cleveland Indians," said Craig W. Floyd, Chairman and CEO of the Memorial Fund. “Coming together at Progressive Field to honor our nation’s law enforcement officers, while enjoying a fun night of baseball, is sure to be a great occasion and a great way to raise awareness and funds for the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund."
Please Note: All tickets and promotional items are subject to availability. Orders are processed on a first-come first-served basis. Tickets left at Will Call will be available the day of game and photo ID is required for pick-up.
Questions? Please contact Emily Warnick at 216.420.4279 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund
Founded in 1984, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund is a private non-profit [501(c)(3)] organization dedicated to honoring the service and sacrifice of America's law enforcement officers and to promoting officer safety. The Memorial Fund maintains the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, DC, which contains the names of 19,660 officers who have died in the line of duty throughout U.S. history. The Memorial Fund is now working to create the first-ever National Law Enforcement Museum, which will tell the story of American law enforcement through high-tech, interactive exhibits, comprehensive collection of historical and contemporary artifacts, extensive resources for research, and diverse educational programming. For more information, visit www.LawMemorial.org.