Found January 06, 2013 on Redlegs Review:
Your browser does not support iframes. Here is a look at the newest ticketing advertisement from the Reds. As you can tell, the club want Reds Country to pack the Great American Ball Park stands next year. The 2013 season should bring a ton of exciting and memorable moments as the club looks to be in great position to defend their division title. Get on the bandwagon right now, if you aren't already, and secure yourself some tickets for a home game (or 81) next season. I doubt you will regret it. Perhaps the Chapman Pick-6 Plan would suffice? Details of that plan are highlighted in the video clip below. Your browser does not support iframes. Need a link to the team's ticketing page? Here you are. REDS TICKETING SITE

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