Scout night with the San Antonio Rampage

The Rampage host Boy Scout Night tomorrow at the AT&T Center when they take on the Iowa Chops at 7 p.m.

More than 1,200 Boy Scouts from the San Antonio community will watch the game from the stands, and then take to the ice for a post-game sleepover to earn a special Polar Bear merit badge. The sleepover, the first in the AT&T Center’s seven-year history, will allow Boy Scouts ages 6-18 to earn the special merit badge – only attainable by spending the night in freezing conditions.

During the game, the players will be wearing Boy Scout themed jerseys that will be auctioned off to benefit the Boy Scouts of America. The jersey features the Polar Bear merit badge on the front and has Boy Scout fleur-de-lis along the bottom.

Throughout the game, Boy Scouts will be chosen to participate in promotions and activities before the post-game sleepover. Immediately after the game, the Boy Scouts will be entertained with music and games on the West Sombrilla followed by a movie on the arena’s lighthouse at 11:30 p.m. Breakfast will be provided by Kellogg’s Sunday morning starting at 6:30 a.m. and Kellogg’s famous Tony the Tiger will be on hand to help pass out breakfast to the scouts.

Tickets are available and can be purchased at the AT&T Center Box Office, by calling the Rampage at (210) 444-5554, or by visiting the team’s website at www.sarampage.com.

The following was a press release issued by the San Antonio Rampage. The merit badge they are referring to is actually the Polar Bear Award.

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And a fun time was had by all on the ice. BRRRR.

By Sam H. Merritt, III on April 6th, 2009 at 3:04 pm
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