Utah Flash to Host Snuggie Night

March 22nd, 2010 | by Spencer Hall

My image, not theirs.

The best news of the day comes from the Utah Flash PR department:

OREM, UT, March 22, 2010 – The Utah Flash announced today that Friday March 26 will be “Utah Flash Snuggie Night” at the McKay Events Center. Flash fans who wear Snuggies will have free admittance into the game, and Utah Flash logo “Snuggies” can be purchased at the game.

“We’ve done a lot of fun and exciting promotions this year,” said Utah Flash Team President Joe Brown. “This should add to the fun and enjoyment our fans already experience at Flash games.”

On Friday March 26 the Utah Flash will take on division rival Idaho Stampede. The game between the two teams could be crucial in the race for an NBA Development League playoff spot. Currently the Flash are in the eighth spot in the playoff race, with Idaho just one game behind Utah.

Tickets are still available for the four remaining Flash home games and can be purchased by calling 801-434-4667. However, fans wearing a Snuggie to the March 26 game will not need a ticket and will get in free of charge.

Spencer Hall
Founder Spencer Hall has covered the NBA, Team USA and NBA D-League since 2007 and launched Salt City Hoops in 2009. Spencer is now the news director at KSL.com
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  1. Eric says:

    Dude, I love the picture. You’re photoshop skills are shop. I may have to use that picture in promotion. Should be a fun game. Jazz looked great against Boston tonight, looked like contenders.

  2. Clint Peterson says:

    That pic is adorable!

    The caption is a crack up as well. Ha!

  3. James says:

    I’ll never go to a Flash game, ever since that Michael Jordan fiasco. That kind of overshadows their other “fun and exciting promotions”.

  4. @James: Believe me, I’m with you on the Jordan thing. But I don’t go to the games for the promotions. As a pro basketball junkie, I just love the atmosphere. The crowd is rowdy, the play is strong, and there isn’t a bad seat in the house. I suppose everyone is entitled to vote with their wallet, but I’d recommend giving it another shot. I’m inclined to believe that the days of bringing in Michael Jordan lookalikes are over.

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