GREENVILLE, SC The Greenville Road Warriors and BB&T introduced today the brand-new Rowdy’s Kids Club. The exclusive club is open to Road Warriors fans 12 years old and younger.

“Rowdy’s Kids Club presented by BB&T is a great way for our young fans to get closer to the action than ever. The members get so many great benefits that other fans don’t, so it’s going to be a lot of fun. And we want to say thank you to our friends at BB&T for making it possible,” said Road Warriors president and general manager Neil Smith.

The members of Rowdy’s Kids Club presented by BB&T will have a couple of ways that they can show their membership with pride. They will get a Kids Club t-shirt, lunch box, lanyard and ID badge so that everyone will know that they are in the coolest kids club in the ECHL. Rowdy, the Road Warriors’ mascot, is also going to make sure every kid in his club will have an extra special birthday and holiday season by sending everyone a personalized card in the mail. But that’s not even the best part of being a member.

All of the kids in Rowdy’s club will get a ticket to come out to the home game on Sunday, February 19 at 4:05 p.m. against Toledo. After the game, the kids are invited to ice level for the post-game skate with the team. It’s a great time to get pictures and autographs of their favorite Road Warriors players. The members will also have a chance to meet the players at their two exclusive parties with Rowdy and the Road Warriors team.

Fans 12 and under can join Rowdy’s Kids Club for just $20 and take part in all of the excitement. You can download a registration form by clicking here.

Mark your calendars! The Road Warriors open the season at the BI-LO Center on October 14 at 7:35 p.m. against the Wheeling Nailers. Don’t miss a minute of action with the Road Warriors this season! 2011-12 season ticket packages and half-season ticket packages are on sale right now. Fans can call 864-674-PUCK (7825) to speak to a Road Warriors ticket representative. Season tickets start as low as $300 and can be reserved with a deposit of just $100.


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