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Seeing Double

02/13/2014, 12:00pm CST
By Courtney Munson

Fans can see both the Swarm and RollerGirls on a single ticket Saturday night

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            SAINT PAUL, Minn. – The Minnesota Swarm will be hosting its fourth annual “Seeing Double” event this Saturday with the Minnesota RollerGirls, where fans can see professional box lacrosse and roller derby on a single ticket for one low price at Xcel Energy Center.

The doubleheader kicks off at 6 p.m. with the Minnesota Swarm vs. Edmonton Rush, followed by the Minnesota RollerGirls All-Stars vs. Iowa’s Team United Roller Derby.

“We’re excited to celebrate our fourth annual Seeing Double event this Saturday, which is one of our most popular games of the year,” Swarm Owner and President Andy Arlotta said. “This year is extra special, as both organizations are celebrating their 10th anniversaries in Minnesota. We’re proud to once again partner with the Minnesota RollerGirls, and we’re looking forward to an action packed night at Xcel Energy Center.”

Lower-level tickets to the doubleheader are available at discounted prices of $24 and $29 when purchased in advance online at mnswarm.com/seeingdouble using promo code DOUBLE or by calling 1-888-667-9276.

This weekend, the Swarm hope to end their three-game losing skid when they face the undefeated Rush (6-0) at The Hive. After the game, stick around as we roll up the turf for a grudge match showdown between the Minnesota RollerGirls All-Stars and Iowa’s Team United Roller Derby.

About Minnesota RollerGirls

The Minnesota RollerGirls (MNRG) organization is a four-team, all-female, flat track roller derby league. Founded on August 31, 2004 by the Donnelly sisters, the Minnesota RollerGirls are members of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA), comprised of 234 leagues across the nation, in addition to 89 apprentice leagues. Every Minnesota RollerGirl is held to the highest standards of sportsmanship, ethics and good will and must adhere to rules set by the league and by WFTDA. The MNRG is governed by the skaters, for the skaters. Skaters are not paid and a portion of the proceeds raised by the league is contributed to local charities.

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