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San Antonio Sports Sidelines - May 2012
San Antonio Sports

May, 2012

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Go!Kids Field Day
Valero Go!Kids Challenge Field Day Fun!

San Antonio Sports Corporate Cup
Corporate Cup 2012
Enjoy a day-long friendly competition that encourages camaraderie, wellness, charitable giving and athletic skill. Sign up your team today!

Pull for Kids

Pull For Kids 

Don’t miss this first-rate invitational shotgun shoot benefit! Space is limited. Register today by calling 210.820.2112 or emailDorsena Picknell

NCAA Championship City

Bringing Your "A" Game

The deadline to register your team in San Antonio Sports first annual Corporate Cup is rapidly approaching! Companies, large and small, are signing up to compete. The deadline for entries is May 18. There’s an event for everyone--athletes, weekend warriors, and those who just want to have fun. There are skill events and athletic events. You won’t want to miss the fun and camaraderie of spending a day with your co-workers and see who is named Corporate Cup Champion. Click here to see the growing list of opponents. Register your team today!

Dr. Susan Blackwood
Executive Director

Fit Family Challenge

Families Get Fit!

San Antonio Sports Fit Family Challenge, presented by Superior Health Plans, will kick off on Saturday, May 19 with the D4 5K, a free run at Port San Antonio. This is the third year of the Fit Family Challenge, which encourages families to be physically active 30-60 minutes a day, five days a week and eat healthfully. This year’s program runs May 19 through August 11. There are 89 free family fitness events to choose from during the summer. To learn more or to register for the Fit Family Challenge and the D4 5K, visit

San Antonio Bond Election
BondSan Antonio citizens are encouraged to let their voices be heard on May 12, election day for the City’s proposed 2012-2017 bond program. Early voting concludes May 8. “This bond program reflects the input and priorities of San Antonians by focusing on the meat and potatoes of local government – streets, drainage, public safety, parks and libraries," Mayor Castro said. The $596 million program will be divided into five infrastructure categories: 
 Streets, Bridges & Sidewalks – 41 projects – $337.44 million
 Drainage & Flood Control – 17 projects – $128.03 million
 Parks, Recreation & Open Space – 68 projects – $87.15 million
 Library, Museum & Cultural Arts Facilities – 11 projects – $29.03 million
 Public Safety Facilities – 3 projects – $14.35 million
Learn more here:

The Leadership SA program has developed a terrific, new app for Bexar County voters. Click here to download “SA Votes."

SAS Wellness Program
San Antonio Sports is practicing what it preaches. For almost a year, San Antonio Sports has had a wellness program that includes a monthly incentive, educational “lunch & learn” sessions, and fun activities, like using the City’s “Bike Share” program, and enjoying a walk at the new Museum Reach portion of the River Walk. Recently, farm fresh produce began being delivered to our offices in the Alamodome as part of the Sustainable Food Center’s “Farm to Work” program. To learn more about the Farm to Work program, click here.

San Antonio Rampage Special Playoff Offer

The San Antonio Rampage have advanced to Round 2 of AHL Calder Cup Playoffs and face the Oklahoma City Barons next week at the AT&T Center. The upcoming playoff schedule includes:

Monday, May 7 
Thursday May 10
Friday May 11

All games are at 7 p.m. at the AT&T Center.

As a valued partner of the Rampage -- San Antonio Sports Sidelines recipients are eligible for a special discount ticket offer to all three $1 Drink Night games. To receive your discount of:

Charter Lower-Level Seats: Just $19 (regularly $27)
Plaza Lower-Level Seats: Just $10 (regularly $17)

Click here and enter promo code: rampage


Corporate Champions
Become a Corporate Champion.
Colonial Life
Wells Fargo Bank 

Champions Club
(Individuals giving $1000+.)
Join the Champions Club. 
Ralph Bender
Cassandra Carr
Dr. Ralph Curtis
Claud Gilmer
Kent Krauss
Carlos Ramos

Individual Champions 
Become an Individual Champion. 
Bill Armwood
Diana Braschler
Jason Glast
Madeline Harlan
Bill Levine
Jo Lowe
Jose Menendez
Richard & Judy Perez
Jim & Carolyn Wheat


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