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Posted: Thursday, April 3, 2014 3:45 pm

The Arizona Rattlers will pay tribute to military veterans and active duty personnel during Military Night, presented by Sanderson Ford, when they host the Jacksonville Sharks on Saturday at US Airways Center.

Kick-off is set for 6 p.m.

Military personnel receive 25 percent off their game ticket purchase, up to four tickets, when valid military identification is presented at the US Airways Center box office. Military tickets are available now through game day for purchase.

Game-day activities will highlight military personnel throughout the evening. Special edition, military branded game footballs, featuring green stripes and a camouflage Arena Football League (AFL) logo and Sanderson Ford logo will be used during the game. In addition, the Rattlers will be giving away rally towels to the first 5,000 fans.

Fans are encouraged to donate new or used work boots and athletic shoes or non-perishable food items for the season-long community campaign with St. Vincent de Paul. Donations will be accepted in the US Airways Center pavilion when doors open at 4 p.m.

After the game, fans are invited to come down on the field to meet players, coaches and the AZ Sidewinders dance team as they sign autographs.

Single game tickets, including Family Packs, are still available for purchase by visiting www.azrattlers.com or at the US Airways Center box office.

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