Augusta University employees invited to discounted Braves game Sept. 3

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On Sept. 3, an entire section in the Home Run Porch of Truist Park — home of the Atlanta Braves — will be reserved for USG employees and their families.

In celebration of public higher education in Georgia, the Atlanta Braves are partnering with the Georgia Lottery Corporation and the University System of Georgia to offer discounted tickets to all USG employees for the Sept. 3 game against the Miami Marlins.

Augusta University employees are encouraged to join USG colleagues from across the system — including all 26 institutions, the Georgia Public Library Service and the Georgia Archives — for this special night of Atlanta Braves baseball.

Sonny Perdue, chancellor of the USG and former governor of Georgia, will throw the ceremonial first pitch. An entire section in the Home Run Porch of Truist Park will be reserved for USG employees and their families.

Tickets for the game are a discounted $33 per person and can be purchased online at the exclusive ticket page for USG employees. Parking can also be purchased for an additional charge.

The deadline to purchase tickets is 11:59 p.m. Aug. 20. Tickets are subject to availability.

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