4 VIP Club Tickets – Regular Season
Dinner with Atlanta Hawks Vice Chair of the Board Grant Hill
Access to the Pre Game Court / Shoot Around
Atlanta Hawks Signed Basketball
Signed Dominque Wilkins Jersey
Hotel: Glenn Hotel
Hall of Fame Class of 2018
Hall of Fame Class of 2006
Q & A
Q2: Are there any games they cannot choose or any restrictions (regular season only, no post-season games)?
A2: The Hawks vs. Lakers (2/12) are EXCLUDED as are any potential post-season games.
A3: All tickets will be mobile. There will not be any hard tickets sent to the winner.
Q4: I understand the package includes dinner with Grant Hill. Will it be the same night as the game? Does the winner need to give a list of games they would like to attend in order to make sure Mr. Hill is available/in town? Does the dinner occur following the shoot around and before the game? Is there someone in particular who will direct us the evening of the experience as to where to go to meet Mr. Hill?
A4: Once the game is determined, the Atlanta Hawks organization will contact you to communicate the specifics about the assigned host, dinner time and place.
Q5: Once the game has been selected, who is the point of contact about where to go for access to arena to watch the pre-game shoot around?
A5: Once the game is determined, the Atlanta Hawks organization will contact you to communicate the specifics on where the guests will need to meet and who will escort them to the shoot-around.
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