Monterey Bay F.C will honor first responders at Saturday’s game

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Monterey Bay F.C will honor first responders at Saturday’s game

The Monterey Bay F.C. will be celebrating first responders during their home game on July 2 against New Mexico United. Local police and fire departments, as well as local emergency medical technicians (EMTs), will be honored at the match. Local police and fire departments will participate in a halftime activity First 1000 fans to enter the stadium will receive a commemorative First Responders Night bracelet First 500 fans to enter the stadium will also receive a commemorative First Responders Night t-shirt. An old-fashioned fire engine from locally firefighter-owned-and-operated company Red Engine Rides will be on display in the Alvarado Street Brewery Beer Garden.For more information, visit www.montereybayfc.com/first-responders-night.

The Monterey Bay F.C. will be celebrating first responders during their home game on July 2 against New Mexico United.

Local police and fire departments, as well as local emergency medical technicians (EMTs), will be honored at the match.

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  • Local police and fire departments will participate in a halftime activity
  • First 1000 fans to enter the stadium will receive a commemorative First Responders Night bracelet
  • First 500 fans to enter the stadium will also receive a commemorative First Responders Night t-shirt.
  • An old-fashioned fire engine from locally firefighter-owned-and-operated company Red Engine Rides will be on display in the Alvarado Street Brewery Beer Garden.

For more information, visit www.montereybayfc.com/first-responders-night.

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