Nov. 5, 2010
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - On Thursday, November 4th, Providence College men's basketball players Ron Giplaye(Lowell, Mass.) and Bilal Dixon (Jersey City, N.J.) visited St. Peter's School in Warwick, R.I. to talk with students as a part of the Providence College All-Stars School Rewards program.
The program is geared toward rewarding academic achievement with tickets to Friar men's basketball games. Participating schools reward students with bookmarks that include a ticket voucher to a men's basketball home game, valid for two tickets, one for the student and one for a parent. Schools will be recognized on the videoboard during the game they attend and some will also be visited by a men's basketball player.
To view photos of the school visit CLICK HERE.
If you would like your class or school to participate in the program visit friars.com or call (401) 865-GOPC.
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