Found September 07, 2012 on Oriole Post:
It’s a good time to be an O’s fan! AT&T, the official Wireless sponsor of the Baltimore Orioles, has several promotions going on this weekend as the Birds play in a pivotal series against AL east rivals, the New York Yankees for control of 1st place in the AL East. Students can show their student ID on Friday night to cheer on the Orioles for just $6. While at the game, students can visit the AT&T booth on Eutaw Street to show their student ID and game ticket for a free This is Birdland slap bracelet (while supplies last). Catch the O’s highly coveted infielder Manny Machado this Saturday at the AT&T store in Quarterfield Crossing (404 George Clauss Blvd, Severn, MD 21144) from 11AM-12PM. He’ll be signing autographs and chatting with fans before the Birds continue the race to the post season later that night.
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