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HURRICANES OFFER EXCHANGE PROGRAM FOR TONIGHT

by Staff Writer / Carolina Hurricanes

RALEIGH, NC – Jim Rutherford, President and General Manager of the 1999 Southeast Division Champion Carolina Hurricanes, announced the Hurricanes are offering an exchange program for tonight’s game against the Devils. Fans, who have purchased tickets to tonight’s game against New Jersey but are unable to attend due to the weather, will be allowed to exchange those tickets for a future game this season. Ticket holders will have the choice of any remaining home game. There will be no parking charge for tonight’s game.

Ticket holders, either season or single game, are able to make the exchange at the Entertainment and Sports Arena box office starting on Wednesday, February 2, 2000. Fans must have the tickets with them to make the exchange.

Regarding yesterday’s Phoenix game promotion, it is worth noting that season ticket holders will automatically receive the tickets via mail to the two games featured in the promotion, Montreal (2/17, 7:30 start) and Washington (2/21, 1:30 start), regardless of whether they attended the game or not.

Fans, who had purchased individual tickets for the Phoenix game but were unable to attend the game yesterday, are encouraged to visit the Entertainment and Sports Arena box office and exchange those Phoenix tickets for the two games in February.

For season ticket information, call the Carolina Hurricanes at (919) 467-7825.

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