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Spurs and USAA host Military Appreciation Night March 10th

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One more night to cheer on the Good Guys in their camouflage jerseys.

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USAA and the Spurs are at it again. Multiple times throughout the season, the two team up to give active and retired military personnel an opportunity to attend a Spurs game at a discounted price.

On March 10th, you can come cheer on your Spurs against the Dallas Mavericks in their last face off of the season.

Per the Spurs press release:

The San Antonio Spurs and USAA will join forces once again to honor active duty, National Guard and reserve, and retired service members on Military Appreciation Night. Prior to the game, the new USAA NE VIP Entrance for Members and Military will be officially unveiled, providing special access for fans with a military ID as well as USAA members who show their USAA card, member ID, proof of insurance or USAA app – one hour prior to tipoff at all Spurs games and at most other AT&T Center events.

The first 800 fans in attendance with a military ID or USAA membership verification through the USAA NE Entrance for Members and Military on March 10th will receive a Spurs stainless-steel water bottle courtesy of USAA!

What more could you expect from Military City USA?

Get you tickets here.

[On a side note, if you are active or retired military personnel, please take note of Solider Songs & Voices. It is an opportunity to experience healing through music and songwriting. I support a San Antonio-based monthly workshop that is free and open to all military. No level of musicianship is required. Please share this with any and all who could benefit from this.]


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