KENT, September 9, 2016 – ShoWare Center and the Seattle Thunderbirds are pleased to announce Doxon Toyota of Auburn is now the Official Auto Dealer of the Seattle Thunderbirds and ShoWare Center.

As part of the new five-year partnership with Doxon Toyota of Auburn, Suite and Club Seat holders will now park in the Doxon Toyota VIP Parking Area for all ShoWare Center events. This area is on the west side of ShoWare Center right near the Suite and Club ticket entrance.

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“We are excited and proud to be teamed up with the ShoWare Center and Thunderbirds as their exclusive auto dealership”, said Mark Doxon, owner of Doxon Toyota, “We are looking forward to the season, our new relationship and building our Doxon Toyota brand with all of the loyal Thunderbirds fans.”

“We are excited to have a great, local auto dealership partner with the ShoWare Center and T-Birds. We are looking forward to them joining the ShoWare Center family”, said Tim Higgins, General Manager of ShoWare Center.

Fans will see Doxon Toyota automobiles up close on the ShoWare Center plaza throughout the coming season. The T-Birds very popular second intermission Chuck-A-Puck Promotion will feature new Doxon Toyota automobiles all season long. Fans will notice the Doxon Toyota name throughout the ShoWare Center.

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The T-Birds open the 2016-17 season in Portland against the Winterhawks on Saturday, September 24, at 7:00pm in Portland.

The T-Birds home opener for the 2016-17 season is Saturday, October 1, against the Portland Winterhawks at 7:05pm at ShoWare Center.

T-Birds single game tickets for the 2016-17 season are currently on sale. Fans can purchase single game tickets online or at the ShoWare Center box office.

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T-Birds 2016-17 season tickets are currently on sale. Season tickets can be purchased by calling the T-Birds office at 253-239-7825.