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May 5, 2013

Rampage to complete year Monday at home

The Georgia Rampage will close its first season in Dalton with Monday’s 7:15 p.m. game against the Chattahoochee Valley Vipers at the trade center, and the night will include four promotions for fans.

It will be Faith and Family Night, which includes a halftime performance from Chris McDaniel, a Christian music singer and former member of the country group Confederate Railroad. Anyone associated with a church or youth group can receive a discounted rate on tickets by emailing belinda.rampage@gmail.com.

The team also is offering a $3 discount on floor seats for online purchases at georgiarampage.com when using the promo code “Rampage3.”

Additionally, the franchise will donate $1 from each sold ticket to 15-year-old Coahulla Creek student-athlete Hannah Locke, who was injured April 5 in a car accident. Locke is a sophomore member of the Lady Colts’ basketball, tennis and volleyball teams.

Finally, fans have the chance to meet players and enjoy a pre-game meal at 3:30 p.m. at Los Caporales Mexican Restaurant at 603 Fleming St. in Dalton. The meal costs $15 per person and seating is limited to the 25 first fans who email gingerella101@hotmail.com.

While the Chattahoochee Valley Vipers aren’t a member of the Ultimate Indoor Football League, the game will count toward the Rampage’s UIFL record. The Rampage are 2-4 in the league and out of contention for the postseason.

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