River King Cash Snub by Cornwall Council Spurs Season Ticket Drive CLICK FOR DETAILS

River King Cash Snub by Cornwall Council Spurs Season Ticket Drive CLICK FOR DETAILS

The Cornwall River Kings have kicked off their first Season Ticket drive for the upcoming season after Council decreed that they would only get 30% of advertising revenue from the Civic Complex.

Second season owner Steve Moreau cited his own excitement after seeing fan response since he took over the team sharing that expected better results this season from the team.  He also expects better results from second season GM Rick Lalonde who was busy assembling this years squad after a busy LNAH draft.

Cornwall River Kings season tickets are now on sale for the 2015-16 season.

On top of having reserved seating for the season, River Kings fans will also receive free admission to the Blue & White intrasquad game as well as both LNAH exhibition contests.

With the purchase of season tickets, fans will receive the opportunity to purchase a replica jersey for only $50.

Season ticket holders from last season have the opportunity to re-purchase their seats until July 1.

To reserve your season tickets, contact the River Kings office at 613-933-9797 or by email: info@cornwallriverkings.ca. Or visit the office, located in the Cornwall civic complex (ice level, follow the signs).

Payment plans are available to accommodate any budget. All accounts must be paid in full no later than Aug. 31. There are no refunds and a NSF charge of $25 will apply for any post-dated cheques that do not clear.

2015-16 Season Ticket prices:

Adults: $250
Seniors (65+) / Students (with student card): $200
Children under 12 (must be accompanied by an adult): $140

One Response to "River King Cash Snub by Cornwall Council Spurs Season Ticket Drive CLICK FOR DETAILS"

  1. Hugger1   July 6, 2015 at 9:11 AM

    Not really a snub. They’re getting 30% this year, as compared to 0% the last three years.

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