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Shock to Host Orange vs. White Preseason Game

Spokane will host an Orange and White preseason game in March at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena (Photo: FILE/Spokane Shock) Spokane will host an Orange and White preseason game in March at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena (Photo: FILE/Spokane Shock)

by Spokane Shock

The Spokane Shock will host a Preseason "Orange and White Game" at the Spokane Arena on Sunday, March 10th, 2013. Event doors will open at 2:00pm with kickoff for the game scheduled for 4:00pm.

The "Orange and White Game" is FREE to Season Ticket Holders, members of the United States Military, and kids 12 years of age and under. Seating for the game will be on a general admission, first come first serve basis with tickets being sold for $5 each. Tickets will go on sale for the "Orange and White Game" on Friday, February 1st at all TicketsWest Box Office locations, online at or by calling 1-800-325-SEAT. You may also purchase Tickets through the Spokane Shock Ticket Office located at 3212 N Eden Rd. Suite B in the Spokane Valley or by calling 509-242-7462.

The game will be a very competitive, full-contact training camp atmosphere as players battle for the final spots on the 2013 roster. The game schedule will consist of four, fifteen minute quarters with Head Coach Andy Olson dictating the pace and format of each series. Players will be showcasing the new 2013 team uniforms.

This event will also feature the 2013 Spokane Shock Season Ticket Pick-up Event. Season Ticket Holders will be admitted into the event for free with the option to pick-up their Season Tickets and t-shirts for the season. New Shock merchandise will also be on sale, as well as pre-order opportunities for Shock replica jerseys through Zome Design.

Spokane Shock Players, Coaching Staff, and the Rockstar Dance Team will be available for autograph and photo opportunities. Shock Sponsors and Community Partners will also be present, showcasing concourse tables and joining in for this great event!

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