RUGBY ATL ANNOUNCES FIRST RESPONDER THEME AND PACKAGES FOR NEXT HOME MATCH

RUGBY ATL ANNOUNCES FIRST RESPONDER THEME AND PACKAGES FOR NEXT HOME MATCH

RUGBY ATL ANNOUNCES FIRST RESPONDER THEME AND PACKAGES FOR NEXT HOME MATCH

Atlanta, Ga (Monday, March 9th, 2020).  Rugby ATL is proud to announce that the next home match (exact date TBD by Major League Rugby) will be dedicated to “First Responders”.  To support this effort, several attractive ticket packages have been put together for First Responders and their families.    Learn More. 

Are you interested in sponsoring tickets for First Responders?  Please reach out to [email protected] if this is something you would like to do.

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Major League Rugby (MLR) announced that all remaining 2020 matches are cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 global crisis and the health and safety guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

“We’re disappointed to miss the opportunity to play in front of the tremendous supporter group we have here”, said Rugby ATL Head Coach and General Manager, Scott Lawrence. “At the same time, the love is still in the hard work and we will find other ways to serve the community this year.”

In response to the season cancellation and the onset of the pandemic, Rugby ATL has been taking an active role in creating positive change in our community. Recently we have partnered with Catered Southern Events and Must Ministries to  help provide resources for the homeless in the Marietta area.

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