The Bakersfield Condors are offering two free tickets to anyone who attended the Route 91 concert in Las Vegas.
The Bakersfield Condors are set for their home opener on Thursday and the team is looking to help those impacted by the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas.
The team is offering two free tickets to those who attended the Route 91 concert the night of that shooting.
Those who attended the Route 91 concert in Las Vegas are invited to our home opener tomorrow. Please e-mail Condors@Bakersfieldcondors.com. pic.twitter.com/fzJ2A0mUKP— Bakersfield Condors (@Condors) October 11, 2017
Those who attended the Route 91 concert in Las Vegas are invited to our home opener tomorrow. Please e-mail Condors@Bakersfieldcondors.com. pic.twitter.com/fzJ2A0mUKP
Anyone interested in tickets can e-mail Condors@Bakersfieldcondors.com or call 324-PUCK (7825) for two complimentary tickets.
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