The Atlanta Braves and Chick-fil-A have once again teamed up to reward students for academic excellence with the All-Star Student Achievers Program. Students in grades K-12 who achieve Straight A's, Honor Roll, or Perfect Attendance, will receive two complimentary tickets to a 2009 Braves regular season home game and a Chick-fil-A coupon.
New in 2009, students in Georgia's neighboring states will also have the opportunity to earn free Braves tickets in exchange for their good grades and attendance. Students in grades K-12 who live in Greenville, South Carolina; Birmingham, Alabama; and Chattanooga, Tennessee, and those cities' surrounding communities are now eligible to take part in the All-Star Student Achievers Program. For a full list of participating cities in these states and for further information on the program, go to www.braves.com/allstar.
Students can become All-Star Student Achievers if they met one of the following criteria for the 2008 Fall Semester:
• Straight A's (including A-)
• Honor Roll
• Perfect Attendance
Every student participating in the program will be entered into a random drawing for the opportunity to be one of four students selected to attend a Braves batting practice and participate in a special pre-game presentation. Additionally, the metro Atlanta school with the most participation in the All-Star Student Achievers program will receive a special visit from Chick-fil-A and an Atlanta Braves player.
All-Star Student Achiever ticket forms will be distributed by schools to qualifying students. Completed ticket forms, signed by the school principal, must be returned to the Braves ticket office at: P.O. Box 4064, Atlanta, GA 30302 by June 30, 2009.
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