Cougars holding Military Appreciation Night

By on July 5, 2012

GENEVA—The Kane County Cougars and Fifth Third Bank announce that they are offering free admission on Friday, July 6, for Military Appreciation Night at Fifth Third Bank Ballpark to all active duty, veterans and their families. The Cougars will take on the Quad Cities River Bandits for a 6:30 p.m. game that evening.

“As we take pause to celebrate Independence Day, we wanted to also pause and pay honor to all those who serve and have served our country,” said Curtis Haug, Kane County Cougars general manager.

Throughout the evening, special recognition will be made for all those who have served the country. Cougars players will wear special patriotic jerseys during the game, and a patriotic fireworks show will top off the festivities.

Interested active duty military and veterans can enjoy free admission by showing their military ID at the box office when ordering tickets. For more information or questions, fans can contact the Cougars at (630) 232-8811.

Among those attending and involved in the evening include many veteran employees from Fifth Third Bank, joined by DeVry Military Resource Club, DuPage Veterans Center, Folds of Honor Foundation, Heart of a Marine Foundation, Operation Support our Troops, and many more.