Houston Dash vs A&M Scrimmage: Get On The Bus with Keeper Notes

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Thinking of making the trip to College Station to catch the Houston Dash scrimmage vs Texas A&M on Wednesday, April 2?

Keeper Notes is putting together a group of traveling fans to support the Dash. Join us for just $10 per seat if you’re coming alone, or at a discounted $30 for four seats.

Each seat purchase includes a “Dash On” t-shirt provided by The Phoenix on Westheimer, and there will also be free drawings for soccery prizes during the trip, courtesy of Soccer 4 All.

The bus will depart the West Little York Park & Ride off Hwy. 290 at 5:30 pm. The game kicks off at 8 pm at Ellis Field in College Station and will end at approx. 9:50 pm. Admission to the game is free.

The bus will depart College Station approx. 15 minutes after the end of the game and return directly to the West Little York Park & Ride.

Space is limited to 40 people, and the deadline for purchase is 12:00 pm CT on Monday, March 31. Be sure to read the additional details/disclaimers below.

Registration is closed

NOTE: If you purchase a 4-seat package, please include the three additonal shirt sizes in the comment section. If you fail to do so, we’ll assume you need four of the same size.

IMPORTANT: PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS AND CELL PHONE NUMBER IN THE INSTRUCTIONS SECTION OF YOUR PURCHASE.

Here are the details and disclaimers for the trip:

  • Maximum 40 riders — first come, first served (get them fast)
  • Deadline to register — Monday, March 31 at 12:00 pm CT
  • Sorry, NO REFUNDS
  • If under 18, rider must be accompanied by parent
  • All passengers must sign waiver before boarding
  • No alcohol or large bags/coolers allowed
  • Bus does NOT¬†have a¬†restroom or any storage other than space beneath seat
  • Bus will NOT stop during EITHER leg of journey
  • Food and non-alcoholic beverages stored in small coolers/bags are strongly encouraged, since the concession stands at Ellis Field will likely not be open during the game

 

Questions? Contact The Keeper.

Updated: April 7, 2014 — 10:17 am

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