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Psst... everyone who donates gets a complimentary single scoop of Sweet Caroline’s ice cream at the game.

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On Tuesday, July 30, the Greenville Drive and United Way of Greenville County are teaming up to celebrate the start of the school year + United Way’s community impact.

During United Way Night — which starts at 5 p.m. on District 356 — enjoy music, family fun, and help “Stuff the Bus” with back-to-school supplies, non-perishable food items, and other needed items.

Inside the game, look for interactive concourse exhibits, exciting inning break games, and more.

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