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Get Your Tickets To See The New Jersey Storm

09/25/2001, 1:37pm EDT
By National Lacrosse League

New Jersey Storm individual game tickets will go on sale on Thursday, October 4th for its inaugural season of professional indoor lacrosse at the Continental Airlines Arena. Fans can purchase tickets beginning at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster by telephone, in-person, or online. For information on purchasing season tickets, call the Storm at 1-866-NJ-STORM or visit www.njstorm.com.

The Storm, owned by former NBA All-Star Jayson Williams, will play eight home games and open up at home on Friday, November 30th again the New York Saints. The schedule features all of its games on weekends and includes a special Sunday 1 p.m. game on January 20th against the defending National Lacrosse League Champion Philadelphia Wings.

"We going to bring a great sport to the fans at the Continental Airlines Arena," said Williams. "The arena is going to be rocking with a laser show on opening night. Our team will be hard hitting, aggressive and just plain fun to watch." The team will also give away Opening Night T-shirts to the first 5,000 fans courtesy of Eye Care 20/20.

Besides the games with New York and Philadelphia, the Storm will have two major premium nights. The first 5,000 fans will receive a Jayson Williams bobble head doll when the Storm faces Albany on Saturday, December 8th and the first 4,000 youngsters, ages 14 and under will receive a Shamrock First Shot lacrosse stick when Washington visits New Jersey on February 15th.

Tickets are available at the Continental Airlines Arena box office from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., via www.Ticketmaster.com, at any Ticketmaster outlets or by calling (201) 507-8900 or (212) 307-7171.

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