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  • Florence Freedom
    The Florence Freedom, a professional team of baseballers in the Independent Frontier League, re-create the classic thrill of America?s third-most popular sport, after skeet shooting and spelunking, without all the food fights and explosive bat malfunctions that are all too common at major-league games. With today?s deal, fans get reserved-seat tickets for any home game (a $10 value) all month and enjoy a true gourmet meal consisting of a hot dog, chips, and a drink (a $7 value). Miniature novelty adults, meanwhile, can burn off excess energy with a pass to the KidsZone (a $5 value)?a multicolored playground set complete with a bounce house and other playsets?or spend five Freedom Bucks (a $5 value) as they see fit at the park's concession stands or gift shop, making it far more valuable currency than the one you created by taping your driver's license photo to old Monopoly money.
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    7400 Woodspoint Drive
    Florence, KY US
  • The Black-n-Bluegrass Rollergirls
    Members of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association, the Black-n-Bluegrass Rollergirls celebrate the independent spirit of women by hunting as a pack. During high-energy bouts, the team circles around a short track, pushing and shoving as the jammer attempts to score points by skating past the throng. Founded in 2006, the Rollergirls spent one and a half years recruiting and training before completing their first full season, today siccing two competitive teams on other leagues throughout the Midwest’s flat hardwood plains. Though the Rollergirls offer no mercy in the rink, they dedicate their time outside it to helping others within the community. The squad regularly volunteers for activities and events throughout northern Kentucky and help raise funds for local charities. To raise awareness for the sport, the team was also the focus of a 2009 documentary titled Black-n-Bluegrass, which chronicled the players’ regular lives and addressed misconceptions surrounding their beloved pastime.
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    5040 Old Taylor Mill Road
    Taylor Mill, KY US
  • Louisville Bats
    Baseball in Louisville dates back to 1876 when the Louisville Grays began playing as part of the National League. Soon after the turn of the 20th century, minor league baseball arrived in Derby City and for 70 years, the Louisville Colonels commanded it. Their departure in 1972, however, led to a period of inactivity, as well as a period of unemployed umpires roaming the city shouting "SAFE!" at landing birds. Ten years later, baseball returned with the arrival of the Louisville Redbirds, who eventually became the RiverBats in 1998, and simply the Bats in 2002. Over the years this franchise has spent time as the affiliate of three big league teams: the St. Louis Cardinals, the Milwaukee Brewers, and its current affiliate, the Cincinnati Reds.
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    401 E Main St.
    Louisville, KY US
  • University of Cincinnati Athletics
    With 10 national championships to their name and another 76 conference titles to boot, the Cincinnati Bearcats boast more than century of athletic tradition. Though the student athletes thrive in many different sports, the basketball program?which won back-to-back NCAA Championships in 1961 and 1962?is the school's crown jewel. Before embarking on a professional career that earned him a spot among the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History, The Big O cut his hard-court skills for the Bearcats, averaging a staggering 33.8 points per game in his three years at UC. In more recent years, the Bearcats football team has enjoyed its own run as a true contender, earning bowl berths in 2009, 2011, and 2012. In both 2011 and 2012, the squad pounced on their postseason opponents, taking home glittering trophies to use as tackling dummies in training camp.
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    One Paul Brown Stadium
    Cincinnati, OH US
  • Live Nation National
    Fresh off claiming the 2009?2010 Kelly Cup, the Cincinnati Cyclones are poised to skate circles and other well-defined geometric patterns around the rest of the ECHL in the 2010?2011 season. Storm the stadium for the team's home opener to see the 2010 championship banner raised to the rafters using nothing more than the elevating power of applause. Then cheer on the Cyclones as they affix their game faces and pummel Eastern Conference rivals the Wheeling Nailers with a hailstorm of cross-checks and constructive criticism. To keep fans from confusing their hunger for victory with their hunger for tubular meat, John Morrell hot dogs will run $1 apiece during the opening-night contest.
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    100 Broadway St.
    Cincinnati, OH US
  • Lexington Legends
    When the Legends first stepped onto the field at Whitaker Bank Ballpark in 2001, they broke a nearly half-century dry spell of pro baseball in the city of Lexington. That first season, they made their presence known by winning the South Atlantic League championship and trying to rename City Hall after themselves. Since their inauguration in '01, the Legends have sent more than three-dozen players to the majors, fulfilling the promise of their name and creating their own legacy.
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    207 Legends Lane
    Lexington, KY US

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