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Mets team up with SNY and Screenvision to host "Mets at the Movies" Wednesday, Aug. 29 at 6 p.m. at Ziegfeld Theatre in Midtown08/27/2007 11:07 AM ET
By All fans to receive tickets to Mets vs. Braves game in September; SNY's Lee Mazzilli and Chris Cotter, Mr. Met to provide in-game commentary and entertainment; Miracle Mets great Buddy Harrelson to attend / MLB.com
FLUSHING, N.Y. -- The New York Mets, in conjunction with SNY and Screenvision, today announced a chance for fans to cheer on the Mets as they take on the Philadelphia Phillies at "Mets at the Movies" Wednesday, August 29 at 6:00 p.m. at the Ziegfeld Theatre in midtown Manhattan (54th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues). Tickets are $10. For more information or to purchase tickets call 718-507-TIXX or visit Mets.com.
Fans in attendance will watch the action in larger-than-life style on the Ziegfeld's 50 foot x 23 foot viewing screen from the classically-styled, 1,131-seat Theatre and participate in traditional Shea Stadium in-game activities including t-shirt launches and sing-alongs throughout the evening. SNY's Lee Mazzilli and Chris Cotter will provide in-game commentary and will participate in a live "Q & A" session with those in attendance. Buddy Harrelson, starting shortstop for Miracle Mets of 1969, will also be on hand for this historic evening. Mr. Met and the Pepsi Party Patrol will also be there to provide entertainment throughout the evening.
All attendees will receive two tickets to a September home game against the Atlanta Braves as well as SNY trading cards, a gift from Screenvision, and other Mets promotional items. Lucky Fan giveaways, including movie packages, will take place throughout the game. The night's activities will take place regardless of the weather in Philadelphia.
Screenvision is the world's leading cinema advertising company, providing premium marketing and media solutions for advertisers and comprehensive representation of the cinema advertising interests of its theatrical exhibitor partners.
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