Gamblers Fans Detoured for Thursday Night’s Game Able to Exchange Ticket for Future Game

Local News
Gamblers_series_preview_0_20180417054428

The Green Bay Gamblers say fans not able to attend the December 27 game because of the suspicious package found in the area are able to exchange their ticket for a ticket to any future home game this season.

Just a few hundred fans were in attendance when the Gamblers chose to close doors and not allow any more fans in before the puck dropped at 7:05 p.m. While this may have upset some fans, the Gamblers say they’re happy the night ended without incident and with everyone safe.

“It was a 100% successful night because nobody got hurt,” said Terry Charles, Senior Corporate Communications Manager for the Gamblers. “There was a suspicious package that police were indeed concerned about. They took it very seriously. We took it very seriously. We would love to have all the fans get into the game. That wasn’t to be tonight, but to do things over, we would do it exactly the same way.”

Fans who weren’t able to attend Thursday night’s game should bring their tickets to the Resch Center Box Office to exchange for a game of their choice.  If fans did not pick up their tickets from Will Call for the game, they may come to the box office with a photo I.D. to claim those tickets and then exchange for a new game.

Copyright 2020 Nexstar Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Don't Miss

More Don't Miss

Coronavirus News

More Coronavirus

Trending Stories

Your Local Election HQ

More Election

Local Sports

High School Hoops: Freedom boys take control of NEC, De Pere girls dominate

Seymour boys roll in Kuchta's head coaching debut, Notre Dame girls upset Appleton East

Green Bay Nation: Pick 'Em 12/2

Green Bay Nation: Challenge or No Challenge 12/2

Green Bay Nation: Top Five Tweets 12/2

Green Bay Nation: Here come the Eagles