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Panthers Announce Health Awareness Night Sponsored by Phoebe

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ALBANY, GA – The back-to-back and defending Professional Indoor Football League (PIFL) champion Albany Panthers (3-3) are proud to announce Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital will sponsor “Phoebe Night” at the Albany Civic Center when the Albany Panthers take on the Louisiana Swashbucklers (3-3) this Saturday, May 11th at 7:30 pm. At the Albany Civic Center on Phoebe Field.

“We are excited to have Phoebe onboard as one of our platinum sponsors again this season and look forward to continuing our relationship with them for many years to come,” said Will Carter, General Manager of the Albany Panthers.

Phoebe Night festivities will include the National Anthem by Phoebe Employee, Latonya Bowen, Invocation by Phoebe Employee, William Caldwell, Coin Toss by Phoebe Chief Executive Officer and President, Joel Wernick and  Game Ball presentation by SR VP, Bob LaGesse.

“We are delighted to be cheering the Panthers on as they take on the Swashbucklers. We salute their outstanding record of performance and positive impact that spotlights our great community, “said Joel Wernick, Phoebe Chief Executive Officer and President. “The entire Phoebe Family wishes our hometown Panthers continued success.”

Make sure you don’t miss out on the action and secure your tickets for May 11th.  The Panthers and Louisiana will battle it out in their second meeting of the season presented by the Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital.  Pre-game festivities begin at 7 p.m. Tickets for the three remaining home games can be purchased by calling 229-430-5200, or visiting www.ticketmaster.com.

 

 

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