St. Louis Rams fans can make a play to help Missouri’s wildlife at Fish and Game Day

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St. Louis
Sep 23, 2013

St. Louis, Mo. — The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is partnering with the St. Louis Rams for Fish and Game Day at the Edward Jones Dome. It’s an opportunity for Rams football fans to show their support for conservation and Missouri’s fish, forests and wildlife while enjoying special ticket discount packages that include a football game and post-game concert.

Fish and Game Day takes place Sunday, Nov. 3 when the St. Louis Rams face off against the Tennessee Titans at noon. Following the game, popular country singer Billy Currington will perform a live concert.

The St. Louis Rams are offering special discount ticket packages to their fans, with proceeds benefiting MDC and its mission to manage Missouri’s fish, game and forestry resources.

A $55 dollar package, which represents a $30 savings, includes one terrace level seating, a Rams cammo hat, and admission to the post game Billy Currington concert, with a portion of the proceeds donated to the MDC.

The $85 package, also a $30 savings, includes all of the above but with field level seating.

Fish and Game Day discount packages are limited in number and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

In addition, MDC will host informational tables at the game and offer visitors a chance to subscribe to the department’s award-winning magazines, The Missouri Conservationist and Xplor magazine for kids. Annual subscriptions are free for Missouri Residents and just $7 or $5 respectively for those who live out of state.

For more information about or to order the Fish and Game Day discount ticket packages, contact Amanda Lutz at the St. Louis Rams by phone or email at 314-425-0528, or alutz@rams.nfl.com. Or go to stlouisrams.com/tickets/fish-n-game.html.

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