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Montgomery Biscuits are asking you to "Be Our Guest" - 500 more tickets available

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

500 more tickets have been made available in the "Be Our Guest" ticket giveaway.

If you've never been to see a Montgomery Biscuits Baseball game at Riverwalk Stadium, Mayor Todd Strange and the City of Montgomery are inviting you to "Be Our Guest."

If you've never been to a Biscuits game before, you can go to the Biscuits website and click the "Be Our Guest" icon. From there you will be taken to a registration page where you can sign up for free tickets (limit 4 per household) to the Dollar Dog Tuesday on May 7 with first pitch at 7:05 p.m.

Mayor Todd Strange is championing this effort - he is personally donating 2,000 tickets for the game and 550 more have been made available.

The Montgomery Biscuits join Mayor Strange in welcoming fans who haven't yet had the opportunity to enjoy the fun of downtown or the great family entertainment the Biscuits provide.

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