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Children and adults walk alongside The Greenville Drive mascot.

Use promo code SPORTS to claim your athlete’s complimentary ticket, and if you have more than one athlete, use SPORTS2.

Photo provided by The Greenville Drive

Celebrate the Upstate’s amazing young athletes who participate in all different kinds of youth sports at the Greenville Drive + Waldrop Plumbing, Heating & Air‘s second annual Youth Sports Night at the Drive game on Tuesday, May 14.

Each athlete receives a free ticket to the game, plus an opportunity to walk in a parade around the field — and the whole family can enjoy a pre-game street party on District 356, presented by the YMCA of Greenville, starting at 5 p.m.

Put me in, coach

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