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Celiac Awareness Day with the Philadelphia Phillies

 

Celiac Awareness Day with the Philadelphia Phillies is back!  This year, it's happening right in the middle of May - Celiac Awareness Month.  Come out to support the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) and help us raise awareness of celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity ('gluten sensitivity') and the gluten-free diet. 

Just like in years past, there will be a dedicated gluten-free concession stand and the NFCA gang will be on the 200 level by the Hall of Fame to provide educational materials to game attendees.  Plus, we'll be running a free raffle, courtesy of our friends at Aramark.  Stop by NFCA's table to enter the free raffle for your chance to win 4 tickets to a regular-season Phillies game in section 118 with preferred parking and $50 in concessions vouchers. 

Celiac Awareness Day falls on the Phillie Phanatic's birthday this year, so you can be sure there will be lots of fun things happening at the ballpark before the Phightin' Phils take on the Cincinnati Reds. Grab your tickets by April 16 before they're sold out!  A portion of ticket sales benefit NFCA's free programs and services.

Joining us this year will be representatives from Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.  NFCA has had a long-standing relationship with the Jefferson Celiac Center and we look forward to raising awareness together at the game! 

When: Sunday, May 18, 2014

Where: Citizens Bank Park
              1 Citizens Bank Way
              Philadelphia, PA 19148

Time: 1:35 p.m.

Tickets:

  • Pavilion (sections 206-210) at $38 per ticket
  • Pavilion Deck (sections 306-311) at $28 per ticket
  • A "Power Ticket" option is available!  Add $12 of food credit to your ticket for just $10.

Order today by visiting www.Phillies.com/Celiac.  Don't forget to use code CELIAC when ordering!

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Sponsored by Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals

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