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First Niagara Sneak Preview Set for Tuesday, September 13
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Aug. 18, 2011

RSVP NOW!

Capital Region basketball fans will have the opportunity to meet the 2011-12 Siena Saints, pick out their season tickets and win great prizes all while enjoying a complimentary reception featuring extensive dining options and alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages at the annual First Niagara Sneak Preview. The annual event has been scheduled for Tuesday, September 13 at the Times Union Center from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Season ticket holders and fans interested in attending are asked to simply RSVP by completing THIS FORM. Several fans in attendance will have the opportunity to ask questions to players from the men's and women's teams the night of the event. Stay tuned to the Official Siena Saints Facebook page for more details.

Fans who have not yet purchased season tickets, can take advantage of great offers the night of the event. Prices start at just $114 for the 14-game home schedule, which tips off November 16 against Navy. Available season tickets will be tagged and representatives will be on hand to discuss seating options and ticket specials, including deep discounts for young alumni.

Fans may enter through the Pearl Street entrance.

Second year men's head coach Mitch Buonaguro and veteran women's head coach Gina Castelli will address the crowd. The men's and women's teams will be introduced for the first time, and then spend the rest of the evening mingling with fans.

The event has added intrigue this season, as the men's program welcomes a six-member freshmen class - the largest in program history.

Fans interested in more information on men's or women's season tickets can e-mail lmenges@siena.edu

First Niagara Financial Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: FNFG) is the holding company for First Niagara Bank, N.A., a leading provider of financial services to consumers and businesses in upstate New York, and western and eastern Pennsylvania.
 

 

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