Make your hoop dreams come true with ISW
See the Boston Celtics play the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday, November 25, 2009 at 7:30pm (Doors open at 6:30pm).
Our own ISW Dream Team will be performing a pre-game dance at center court at 6:50 pm.
Bring family, friends and have a night out with ISW family at the Celtics game.
Special discounted rate tickets for ISW, regularly $75 are only $65 per person. Open to all. ISW membership is not a requirement and there is no ticket limit.
Seats will be located in Balcony section (300 level).
For tickets please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org . All ticket requests need to reach us by November 14th.
A round trip transportation from the ISW will be available for $10 per person.
Also, remember to email your auction bid for an autographed Paul Pierce photograph. The current bid is $ 101. The auction will end on Saturday, November 21. The auction amount to be emled to - email@example.com
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