Coug baseball honors state employee service

Washington State University Cougar baseball team, in conjunction with Washington state’s Public Service Recognition Week 2007, the  is offering a State Employees Day with Cougar Baseball.  

WSU employees are invited to watch the Cougs as they take on the UCLA Bruins, beginning 2 p.m. Saturday, May 19, at Bailey-Brayton Field.  Each employee can buy up to four tickets, on sale for $1 each, provided they have a coupon, which can be found at

This is the fourth consecutive year that the WSU Athletic Department has presented the state employees day. Public Service Recognition Week is administered by the

Washington State Productivity Board. This week, and Day with the Cougs, are designed to recognize the work of state employees and their dedication to the citizens of Washington.

The discount coupon is valid for the May 19 game only and tickets are subject to availability, and may not be combined with any other coupon or promotional offer.

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