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Thursday, January 8, 2015

Eat in North Little Rock in January, see the Trojans for free

Posted By on Thu, Jan 8, 2015 at 11:24 AM

click to enlarge DOGTOWN EATS: Eating at the Arkansas Ale House is just one way to score free Trojans tickets. - MICHAEL ROBERTS
  • Michael Roberts
  • DOGTOWN EATS: Eating at the Arkansas Ale House is just one way to score free Trojans tickets.
Like food? Like basketball? If so, the North Little Rock Visitor's Bureau has a deal for you: when you eat at any North Little Rock restaurant in January, you can bring your receipt into either the Visitor's Bureau office or the North Little Rock Chamber of Commerce office and they'll give you a free ticket to the Feb. 5 UALR men's and women's basketball games. Even better: You get one free ticket for every $5 you spend, so a meal out with the family in North Little Rock can also score you a family outing to see some basketball.

In addition to this promotion, the Visitor's Bureau will also be distributing their 2015 North Little Rock Dining and Coupon Guide, which is chock full of all the great restaurants that our friends north of the river have to offer.

The North Little Rock Visitor's Bureau is located off I-40, exit #150, and the Chamber of Commerce is located at 100 Main Street. Don't miss out on this chance to eat some delicious food and see some great basketball!

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