Free Admission To Expess Home Opener

(WINDSOR, ON) – It’s showtime. Today, President and CEO Dartis Willis announced free fan night. Tickets will be given away for the Express Home Opener on November 2nd against Halifax Rainmen.

This fantastic opportunity for fans from the Windsor-Essex community to enjoy professional basketball and entertainment has been sponsored by CEO Dartis Willis of Windsor Express, The Penalty Box and Walkerville Brewery.

After months of preparing, planning and picking the team, the Windsor Express are excited to tip-off their inaugural season in the National Basketball League of Canada at the WFCU-Centre.

Fans can cash in on this opportunity at WFCU Centre’s Box office starting Monday, October 28th at 10 AM until Friday, November 2nd. Tickets are limited to 3 per fan.

“We believe that we are going to put an exciting product on the court and we want to give everyone a chance to come and see some great basketball,” said Mr. Willis, President and CEO.

Free basketball in a great venue that comes with awesome entertainment provided by the Windsor Express Cheer Team, can’t be missed.

Windsor tips off Friday, November 2nd  at 7 p.m. against the Halifax Rainmen. The very next day they host the Oshawa Power. There will be specials offered for fans in attendance to experience more professional basketball.

Tickets for the newest sports sensation in town start as low as $13 per seat.
Single tickets, season tickets, and group packages such as birthdays and school packages are all available.

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