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Montclair Mounties' Supporters Prepare for First Home Football Game with White-Out Shirt Campaign

August 27, 2014 at 5:25 PM

MONTCLAIR, NJ -  Montclair Mounties supporters are preparing for the first home football game of 2014 by launching a 'White-Out Shirt' campaign. This is the second annual 'White-out' campaign.

Mounties' fans are gearing up to show their Montclair Pride by supporting the Mounties at their first home football game against Union City on Sept. 20. The game begins at 2 p.m. at Woodman Field.

The Mounties are seeking their third championship in a row. Fans are being asked to show support and solidarity by buying and wearing the commemorative 'White-Out shirt'.

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White-Out shirts have many benefits that include free admission to all regular season home games and VIP Entrance (no waiting), free appetizers anytime with purchase of entrée at The Office restaurant for entire season when customers wear the shirt and 10 percent off "any other" item in clothing store locations when purchasiong a white-out shirt (excludes Studio 042 Printing).

Official White-Out T-Shirt Montclair purchase location sponsors are: Heratij, Hip Chic, Fleet Feet, All Lacrosse, Studio 042. The shirt cost is $12 with sizes YS to XXXL, while quantities last.

Rita's Italian Ice will be in attendance, sponsored by Hip Chic.

Official sponsors of the White Out Game are AUTOLAND and the Montclair High School Gridiron Club

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