Found March 01, 2012 on Puck Drunk Love:
Think you're up to speed on Twitter, Facebook, & the rest of the social networking sites out there? If you do, you have a chance to talk about it with an NHL franchise. On March 24th, the Nashville Predators will be hosting what they call "Social Media Suite Night" as they take on the Winnipeg Jets.  For a price of $180 a ticket, you'll be in for an entire night of discussion with various employees from the club. According to the club, you'll be able to speak with the Director of Hockey Operations Brian Poile about the X's and O's and Doug Brumley, who is the Digital Media and Marketing Coordinator. You'll also have he pleasure of being visited by a Preds player who won't be participating in the game as well as the team mascot - Gnash. All food and beverages are provided by the team in your suite environment and at each participant will receive an autographed item. If you'd like to order tickets for this event, you can do so in the lin...
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