Tuesday August 21 2018
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Registration begins today for T.G.I. Friday’s Penguins Kids Club

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500 kids can win tickets to Pens’ pre-Season game

Kids ages 5-12 can now register for the coolest club in town – the T.G.I. Friday’s Penguins Kids Club!

Membership is free, and each kid who registers before Sept. 9 will automatically be entered to win two tickets to the Penguins’ Sept. 24 pre-season game against the Minnesota Wild at CONSOL Energy Center. There will be 500 winners!

Each T.G.I. Friday’s Penguins Kids Club member will receive a membership card, logo lanyard, Penguins wall stickers, special offers from T.G.I. Friday’s and PensGear, and the chance to enter monthly contests such as Trick or Treat with Iceburgh and Iceburgh’s Big Bash.

Members also will receive monthly E-Newsblasts and special offers from CONSOL Energy Center.

To register, please visit www.pittsburghpenguins.com and click on the Fan Zone tab.

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