Whether it’s a corporate function, a club fundraiser, or a church group get-together, the Greenville Swamp Rabbits offer a variety of exciting and affordable options for your next group outing.
Groups of 15 or more can enjoy many great benefits including:
- Savings of up to 40% off game pricing.
- Personal service from a Swamp Rabbits Account Executive to help tailor the night to meet your needs.
- Your group or company’s name displayed on the video board for the whole arena to see.
- You can make the night memorable and add to you group’s fun with exciting Fan Experience Packages like an on-ice game at intermission, a group photo at center ice, a chance to watch warm ups from the players’ bench or another one of our many other great Fan Experience Packages.
Click here to request more information on Swamp Rabbits Group Outings. To speak directly to a Swamp Rabbits Sales Representative, call 864.674.PUCK (7825).
Turn your group outing from a night of fun, to a night you’ll remember for years! Swamp Rabbits Fan Experience Packages will add an extra bit of fun to any trip out to the arena. If your group purchases the required amount of tickets, you can earn any of the following Fan Experience Packages:
To reserve a Fan Experience Package for your group outing, call 864.674.PUCK (7825) to speak with a Swamp Rabbits Sales Representative.
Sit front row, on the players bench, during warm-ups!
Ceremonial Puck Drop
Perform a ceremonial puck drop prior to the official puck drop.
Entertain the crowds at a Swamp Rabbits game during intermission!
Want to raise money for your fundraiser? Sell foam carrots to fans prior to the game which will be thrown onto the ice during the second intermission for our Chuck-A-Carrot promotion!
“The Star Spangled Banner” is performed before each home game. It can be performed by any individuals, choirs, bands, or groups. Fans also have the option to perform “God Bless America” or “Oh Canada”
Photo on the Logo
Take a photo with your group at center ice after the game!
High-Five Swamp Rabbits players as they come on the ice for pre-game introductions, second period or third period.
Present the colors during the singing of the National Anthem.