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Will Texans Play? Houston Ticket Broker Gives Away Tickets!

>PRWEB.COM Newswire

Houston, TX (PRWEB) June 23, 2011 has launched a Facebook contest, and the prize is two front row, 50-yard line Texans tickets to the first preseason game vs. New York Jets. No one will get a better view of the action than the winner, who will be sitting in the front row, just an arm’s length away from the Texans’ opposing team, the New York Jets. Win the tickets and be close enough to heckle the team or ask for the players’ autographs, listen to the Jets’ game plan, or see the anger in Mark Sanchez’s eyes as the Texans score a touchdown. The only way to be more a part of the Houston Texans game is to wear a jersey! The game will be held on August 15, 2011 at 7:00p.m. in Reliant Stadium. To win the tickets, visit the Facebook page of, “Like” their Facebook page, and fill out the provided form before August 7, 2011 to be entered into a drawing for the grand prize. The winner of the Facebook Contest will be announced on Monday, August 8, 2011. is a family owned and operated Houston ticket broker. They specialize in providing Houstonians with quality service, and easy, reliable ticket experiences, especially for Texans tickets.

Malcolm Robinson, co-founder of said, “We wanted to start the 2011 Texans season off with a bang, so we decided to give our customers a chance to win the best seats possible. We’re always looking for ways to give our customers a positive experience and great tickets. This contest is the perfect way to do just that.” As a Houston company,’s most important and most loyal customers are Houstonians, most of whom are Houston Texans fans. is Houston’s number one online source for Houston sports tickets, concert tickets, theater tickets, and more.

Entrants of the Facebook contest must be residents of the United States. One winner will be selected; the winner must come to the office at 2100 West Loop South, Suite 205, Houston, TX 77027 on August 12, 2011 to pick up the tickets.


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