BARONS ANNOUNCE PARKING OPTIONS FOR SEASON SEAT HOLDERS FOR 12-13 SEASON
By Josh Evans, OKC Barons on 09/07/2012
The Oklahoma City Barons, American Hockey League affiliate of the Edmonton Oilers, today announced two parking options exclusively for Barons Season Seat Holders for the 12-13 season.
The first option is available for $228 and gives the Barons Season Seat Holder a reserved spot under the Cox Convention Center for all Barons regular season home games, including nights when the Barons and Thunder share a date downtown. Fans interested in Option #1 are encouraged to act quickly. The guaranteed spots under the Cox Convention Center on head-to-head nights are limited.
The second option is available for $190 and guarantees Barons Season Seat Holders a spot at the Santa Fe garage for all regular season Barons home games during the 12-13 season.
Access from the Santa Fe garage to the Cox Convention Center is a short walk in a weather-protected skybridge that leads fans from the garage, through the Renaissance Hotel into the northeast lobby of the Cox Convention Center.
“We want to continue to offer benefits to our Season Seat Holders,” said Prodigal LLC Executive Vice President of Sales Jon Beilstein. “The Parking and Transportation Authority showed a willingness to work with our organization and listen to the requests we made. The ability to offer parking under the building to our Season Seat Holders on head-to-head nights is a wonderful benefit for us to be able to offer.”
Barons Season Seat Holders may take advantage of these offers beginning September 7 by contacting Stacie at the Barons office at 232-GOAL (4625).
The Barons home opener is October 19 against the San Antonio Rampage at the Cox Convention Center at 7 p.m. A variety of ticket packages are available to meet every individual or group need. Packages ranging from 7-game and 11-game packs to Full Season Seats are available. Call the Barons’ front office at 405-232-4625 for information on group outings, Season Seats and other ticket packages.
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