WEST HARTFORD, Connecticut – Don’t miss out on a rare opportunity to see One Direction at Mohegan Sun this fall from the best seats in the house.
Youth Journalism International, a Connecticut-based, educational non-profit organization, has a limited number of tickets available to the public for the band’s sold-out performance on November 30.
“There’s been a lot of interest in these tickets,” said Steve Collins, president of YJI’s board of directors. “So if you want to go — and help out a great Connecticut charity at the same time — let us know soon.”
The sky box tickets were made available to YJI by The Mohegan Tribe, which has been a great supporter of both the free press and YJI, which is based in West Hartford.
Tickets are available for a $500 donation for each one to Youth Journalism International, a 501 (c)(3) public charity. Most of the donation would be tax-deductible.
|View from the sky box at Mohegan Sun.|
Because there are a limited number available, tickets through this fundraiser are on a first-come, first-served basis.
For tickets, contact Youth Journalism International at (860) 523-9632 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Based in West Hartford, Youth Journalism International began training young writers, artists and photographers in 1994. Student work is published online at www.yjiblog.org and at www.youthjournalism.org.
|Sky box seats at Mohegan Sun.|