GREENVILLE, S.C. – The Reedy River Duck Derby has teamed up with the Greenville Swamp Rabbits to give fans two free tickets to next year’s home opener.
The Duck Derby will be selling “Quack Packs” at the Swamp Rabbit games starting Sunday, March 17 until the end of the season. Fans that purchase a Quack Pack on or after March 17 will receive two free tickets to the Swamp Rabbit’s first game of the 2019-2020 season. Quack Pack’s include five ducks for $30 until Monday, April 15. After the 15th, Quack Packs will be sold at four ducks for $30. Ducks can be purchased at the game or online at www.reedyriverrotary.org/duck-derby.
“The Duck Derby has become one of downtown Greenville staple events,” said Steve Donner, owner of the Swamp Rabbits. “I think this collaboration is great for the community. It not only gets the word out about the derby, but also gets people excited for next hockey season.”
Fans can purchase “Quack Packs” at the Sunday, March 17 game. However, The Rotary Club of the Reedy River as well as the two Duck Derby mascots, Shades and Quacky, will be in attendance at four games selling the packs. The select dates include Sunday, March 17, Thursday, March 21, Saturday, March 23 and Friday, March 29.
“We are thrilled to be teaming up with the Swamp Rabbits again to provide fans with this great deal,” said Jessica St. Clair Smith, president of the Rotary Club of the Reedy River Greenville. “We are hoping to make this derby bigger than last year’s and we think this pairing is a great opportunity to let more people know about the Duck Derby and about the Swamp Rabbits!”
About the Duck Derby:
The Rotary Club of the Reedy River Greenville, a service organization of local businessmen and women, holds the Reedy River Duck Derby annually as its primary fundraiser. This is the 15th consecutive year that the group has organized this charitable fundraiser. For more information visit www.reedyriverrotary.org.
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