AUSTIN (Oct. 31, 2018) – The Austin Spurs, presented by SWBC, will honor former service members during their annual Veterans Appreciation Game presented by Re-Bath of Austin and benefitting Trinity Oaks Austin on Friday, Nov. 9. Tipoff vs. the Northern Arizona Suns at the H-E-B Center at Cedar Park at 7:30 p.m.
Two complimentary tickets will be available for all active and retired military personnel through this link with the promo code “MILAPP18”. Any additional tickets purchased through the link are 40 percent off regular price. The Austin Spurs will be wearing special military-themed camouflage jerseys that will be signed and auctioned off at austinspurs.com. Fans will have the opportunity to cast their bids starting Thursday, Nov. 1 at 2 p.m. until 9 p.m. on Nov. 9 with all proceeds benefitting veterans through Trinity Oaks Austin. Additionally, Great Clips will provide complimentary haircuts during the game and will donate 100 percent of all tips collected to Trinity Oaks Austin.
To purchase tickets or find more information regarding the Veterans Appreciation Game, call the Austin Spurs office at (512) 236-8333 or go to austinspurs.com.
About Trinity Oaks Austin
Trinity Oaks Austin is a branch of Trinity Oaks, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded on the premise that active participation in the outdoors is a powerful, healing, and fundamentally life-changing experience. Trinity Oaks and Trinity Oaks Austin’s mission is to use hunting, fishing and outdoor activities, “giving back to make a difference in the lives of others”. On an annual basis, Trinity Oaks and its branches are able to offer more than 60 events for people who can benefit from once-in-a-lifetime hunting or fishing experiences. Their outdoor programs support Purple Heart and combat veterans, families suffering through the terminal illness of one of their members, special needs children, and help mentor youth. Annually, they also process and distribute over 100,000 pounds of game meat to address food insecurity and hunger in Texas.
By supporting Trinity Oaks and its branches, you are helping teach youth how to properly handle and respect firearms, hunt for birds and larger game, grant dream hunts to fulfill the last wishes of the terminally ill, host events for our brave wounded and combat veterans, offering programs to those most in need of solace in the outdoors, compassionate camaraderie, and uplifting of spirit.