River Bandits Unveil Championship Ring, Fans Can Buy and Personalize

Quad Cities River Bandits New PrimaryPRESS RELEASE – Fans of the Quad Cities River Bandits can own a piece of history with a commemorative 2013 Midwest League Championship ring in a limited-time sale. Until Feb. 1, fans may purchase rings that match the ones earned by the team’s players and staff, and each fan may personalize the championship hardware with his or her last name on the side of the ring.

Basic RGBFans may order rings by completing an order form at Modern Woodmen Park, calling 563-324-3000 or visiting http://www.riverbandits.com. Each ring is $295, and all orders must be received and paid by Feb. 1.

“We are thrilled to offer River Bandits fans the opportunity to show their championship pride with rings identical to those earned by the team!” said River Bandits co-owner Dave Heller. “Our fans made Modern Woodmen Park the best place to win and celebrate two Midwest League Championships in the past three seasons, and these special-edition rings will give them a unique keepsake to honor that support.”

Pictures of the ring design are available at http://www.riverbandits.com. On the face of the ring will be “Midwest League Champions” around the border with the colored logo of the Q-C letters with cowboy hat and bandana in the middle of the ring. One side of the ring will have the year – 2013 – and the logo of the River Bandits’ major league affiliate, the Houston Astros. The other side will have the raccoon logo from the River Bandits’ cap and space for the wearer’s last name. Rings are classic design in sterling silver with cubic zirconia, raised name, tooling and a customized wood presentation box.

The River Bandits will open the 2014 Midwest League season at Modern Woodmen Park Thursday, April 3. A full schedule of home and road games for 2014 is available at http://www.riverbandits.com, and ticket plans for the 2014 season are now on sale.

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