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March 18, 2013

First day of spring means more for Pacers fans

INDIANAPOLIS — In central Indiana everyone looks forward to the first day of spring. But this year, on Wednesday, the first day of spring, it will have some special meaning for fans of the Indiana Pacers. The Pacers will have a 24-hour spring sale, which includes savings of over 50 percent on Pacers tickets while supporting a great cause.  

For every $12 Pacers ticket purchased, Diet Pepsi will donate a ticket to the Chase Near Eastside Legacy Project or to a “Pacers Pals” community partner. In addition, each person who purchases a ticket will receive a free 2-liter of Diet Pepsi.

The Pacers home games eligible for this offer are: Friday, March 22, Milwaukee; Monday, March 25, Atlanta; Tuesday, April 9, Cleveland; Friday, April 12, Brooklyn; and Wednesday, April 17, Philadelphia. To purchase tickets, check Pacers.com/DietPepsi. Tickets are limited and subject to availability.

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