Students Reserve 50 Tickets So Veteran Families Can Watch Baseball For Free

Students Reserve 50 Tickets So Veteran Families Can Watch Baseball For Free

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When teams take to the field in Fort Worth, Texas this weekend, the stars of the day will be sitting in the stands.

Fifty tickets have been set aside for veterans who are studying at Texas Christian University (TCU). Inviting their families to a barbeque party and fun at the ballpark is part of a campaign to raise awareness of veterans turned college students at the school.

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Two daughters of student veterans will will also throw out the first pitch Saturday morning as the TCU “Horned Frogs” take on Loyola Marymount in baseball.

Lila Public Relations, a student-run PR team, teamed up with TCU’s Student Veterans of America to secure the tickets, arrange the first pitch ceremony, and host a tailgate party for veterans and their families before the game.

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