(information provided courtesy of AAFA.com)
Sunday May 11, 2008 – 1:10pm
Shea Stadium, Flushing, Queens
Bring your mother, your sister, your grandmother, and all of your friends and family members to enjoy a day of baseball as the New York Mets take on the Cincinnati Reds! The Mets organization has officially named Sunday May 11, 2008 Asthma and Allergy Awareness Day at Shea, and many special activities honoring asthma and allergy sufferers will take place.
Tickets are only $10, a portion of which goes directly to WWW.AAFA.ORG. You can purchase your tickets online at www.mets.com/groups and enter the Sign-In ID: ASTHMA and Password: METS. Once you are logged in, you can click on the date of the game (May 11) and follow the instructions on the site.
The first 25,000 female fans in attendance will receive a pink Mother’s Day cap, and all fans purchasing tickets through the AAFA group will receive a commemorative Shea Stadium lapel pin.
Our theme, "for life without limits," is a constant reminder that, today, nothing stands in the way to having a full and active life -- with proper diagnosis, prevention and treatment, there are no limits to what people with asthma and allergies can do. And, this theme is a promise to future generations that we will continue to search for cures to eliminate asthma and allergies and burden they currently cause millions of Americans.