The Chattanooga Lookouts Announce Military Appreciation Night Presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors

Thursday, May 16, 2019
- photo by Tim Evearitt

The Chattanooga Lookouts have partnered with Academy Sports + Outdoors for Military Appreciation Night at AT&T Field on Sunday, May 26 at 6:15 p.m. 

To honor current and former military members the Lookouts and Academy Sports + Outdoors will offer free tickets to Sunday’s game to all active and retired military veterans and their families.  The game will also feature a spectacular post-game fireworks show!

“We are thankful to be able to give back to those who have served our country,” said Lookouts' President Rich Mozingo.

“This night gives us and our fans yet another opportunity to recognize the commitment and sacrifice our military members make every day.”

On Military Appreciation Night the Chattanooga Lookouts and Academy Sports + Outdoors will also be partnering with the non-profit organization "Honoring the Sacrifice"."Honoring the Sacrifice" is a Chattanooga-based, non-profit foundation whose mission is to provide direct assistance and meet the needs of severely-wounded men and women whose injuries were sustained while serving the United States of America.

Before the game, the Lookouts will be recognizing those who have served our country with a ceremonial first pitch and post-game access on the field to enjoy a fireworks spectacular.

"Honoring the Sacrifice" will also be promoting several of their upcoming fundraisers and talking to fans about how they can help support those who fought for the freedoms that we enjoy.

Along with partnering with the Lookouts for Military Appreciation Night, Academy Sports +Outdoors is also offering 10% off any purchase to all first responders and military members from now until May 27th.  Visit your local Academy Sports + Outdoors or Academy.com for more details.  

The Lookouts next homestand begins on Wednesday, May 23, and runs through Sunday, May 26.  To secure your seats to the homestand, call the ticket office at 423-267-4TIX.


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