Wes Wilcox, the man Danny Ferry brought over from Cleveland after serving as Director of Player Personnel to be the Assistant GM here with the Hawks, will be our special guest at Peachtree Hoops Appreciation Night at Philips Arena, December 20th.
Special Peachtree Hoops Appreciation Night ticket holders will meet in the Comcast Business Zone at the arena, likely pre-game - time is as yet undetermined, to meet Wes Wilcox, ask questions and meet your fellow Peachtree Hoops community members, including Kris Willis and yours truly.
The date is December 20th vs. Utah (Marvin Williams!) and tickets are still available for this event, but to get the special tickets, you have to follow the instructions and click the link below to order.
Please see below for the link and password including instructions on how to order online.
- You MUST use the link above to access the special offer for Peachtree Hoops
- Please use the Special Offer Code: Peachtree in order to access the special ticket offer.
- New users will then be prompted to set up an account (on the right-hand side).
- All tickets must be purchased with a valid credit card.
- Tickets will be emailed to the account holder directly.
**If you do not receive your tickets within 30 minutes please email email@example.com
What question will you ask Wes?
Are you ready to show the Hawks that our Peachtree Hoops member community is a valuable part of the Hawks community?
Click the link above and get to the game -- I am excited to have the Hawks host this for us and stoked for our members to be able to ask questions about the franchise, the direction of the team and if tanking is a viable rebuilding option in the NBA (you know some of you want to ask that).
For those who have purchased, keep checking back to Peachtree Hoops for more details.
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