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An evening with the Arizona Diamondbacks during Phi Delta Theta Convention
Friday at 6:40 PM MST
Game tickets will be sent to the email address you use for this purchase. Tickets will be emailed 24-48 hours ahead of the game and they will be accessible via the MLB Ballpark app.
As a part of the Fraternity's General Convention, join Phi Delta Theta (Lou Gehrig's Fraternity!), the Live Like Lou Foundation, and the Permobil Foundation for a group outing at Chase Field on Friday, June 16 to watch the Diamondbacks play the Cleveland Guardians. Prior to the game, Phi Delta Theta will join the Live Like Lou Foundation and the Permobil Foundation for a special presentation to an ALS family on the field. The Coors Light Strike Zone and adjoining seats have been reserved for the outing. This event is open to the public, so please invite your friends and family!
The Coors Light Strike Zone and adjoining outfield seats have been reserved for the outing. Each purchased ticket provides access to the Strike Zone area throughout the game, a reserved seat in the outfield next to the Strike Zone, and $20 in D-Bucks for concessions throughout the stadium. Tickets are $68.
Transportation to and from the Westin Kierland in Scottsdale and Chase Field will be provided for those attending the Phi Delta Theta General Convention.
Phi Delta Theta undergraduate Convention voting delegates and Fraternity General Officers will each receive a free ticket upon registering at Convention.
All tickets must be pre-purchased through this site and will not be sold at the gate/event. The game ticket(s) will be sent to you online prior to the event and will be accessible in the MLB Ballpark app. All questions should be sent to Laura Peterson at [email protected].
Representatives from Phi Delta Theta, the Live Like Lou Foundation, and the Permobil Foundation will be on the field before the game for a special presentation to an ALS family, so we encourage attendees to arrive early. Gates to the ballpark open at 5:15 p.m. and the game begins at 7:15 p.m.
Don't miss Live Like Lou's special edition Lou Gehrig Day merchandise featuring Gehrig jersey-inspired gear in colors coordinating with your favorite baseball team. Various shirt styles and cuts are available along with sweatshirts, water bottles, and hats to show your team pride and honor Lou Gehrig's legacy. Merchandise orders can take up to a month for production and shipping, so place your order early to wear it to the game! Visit www.livelikeloustore.com for all merchandise offerings including other team colors.
About Phi Delta Theta
Founded at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio in 1848, Phi Delta Theta International Fraternity has 193 chapters and eighty alumni clubs across the United States and Canada. To date, the Fraternity has initiated nearly 290,000 men into the society whose founding principles are Friendship, Sound Learning, and Rectitude. Phi Delta Theta’s vision is to be recognized as the premier fraternal leadership development society in North America. Lou Gehrig was a member of Phi Delta Theta.
About the Live Like Lou Foundation
The Live Like Lou Foundation was established in 2017 as a national nonprofit with a vision to leave ALS better than we found it. Named in honor of MLB Hall of Famer Lou Gehrig, a member of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, Live Like Lou supports ALS families, funds emerging researchers seeking meaningful treatments and cures for ALS, and helps generate awareness of Lou Gehrig’s disease. In the face of his ALS diagnosis, Lou Gehrig continued to live his life with courage, determination, and gratitude... this is what we mean when we say Live Like Lou. In Lou’s memory, Phi Delta Theta Fraternity members have served more than 300 ALS families through Live Like Lou.
About the Permobil Foundation
The Permobil Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Permobil Inc., the world leader in power and manual mobility devices that enrich the lives of people living with disabilities. The Permobil Foundation believes that regardless of disability, everyone deserves a chance to reach their dreams without limitations and no person should be excluded from an opportunity due to a disability. The Foundation provides support and services to nonprofit partners and assists individuals with advanced rehab mobility devices, such as wheelchairs, so they can live an independent life.