DULUTH, Ga - Since their return to Georgia, the Force have put a premium on providing family-friendly entertainment, especially to those unable to attend a game otherwise. The team is launching the Tickets For Kids program for 2012 to help Force fans give back to their community.
"The fans who are with us now have stuck with the team through rough times," said Force president Cory Howerton. "Now that we're back in Georgia and in a position to compete for an ArenaBowl berth on a yearly basis, we want to make sure that everyone who wants to enjoy Georgia Force football has a chance to do so, and that includes making new Force fans out of the area's youth."
Under the Tickets For Kids program, Force fans can donate tickets to help bring the Arena Football League experience to the children served by charitable organizations in the Atlanta area. Donations are tax deductible, and can be made by individuals and companies alike.
For example, season ticket holders can put a portion of their plan they do not plan to use into the program. Alternately, businesses and groups have the opportunity to purchase blocks of tickets to one or more games, with additional marketing opportunities available depending on the size of the donation.