ALTON — CNB Bank & Trust in Alton is offering discounted baseball tickets for the official CNB Night at Busch Stadium on Saturday, July 16.
The Cardinals will try to reel in the Miami Marlins in a promotional game. The first 30,000 fans older than 16 will receive a 2006 World Series Championship Mystery Players Ring.
First-come, first-serve tickets are on sale for $30 each. The face value of the tickets is $58. The tickets are in Sections 268, 269 and 270, just left of Big Mac Land on the left field side.
All tickets sold from Alton will benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Alton. Tickets are available in the Alton CNB Bank & Trust branch at 200 E. Homer Adams Parkway or at cnbil.com.
“We are always willing and excited to partner with worthwhile charitable organizations such as The Boys & Girls Club of Alton,” said Larry Franklin, executive vice president and chief operating officer.
“We are excited and honored to be selected as a recipient of this year’s CNB Cardinal Night,” said Al Womack, executive director of The Boys & Girls Club of Alton. “It’s great for the kids and families we serve. This is just another way that CNB has chosen to support our club. This is a great opportunity and we hope people take advantage of purchasing these reasonably priced tickets and help our kids in the process. We would really appreciate it.”
CNB Bank & Trust has 13 locations in Alton, Brighton, Carlinville, Carrollton, Clayton, Mo.; Hillsboro, Jacksonville, Jerseyville, Oak Forest, Palos Heights, Pittsfield, Shipman and Taylorville. In addition to traditional loan and deposit banking services, CNB provides wealth management through its Trust operations and Jeff Morris Investments, as well as residential fixed-rate loan products for access to the secondary market through CNB’s mortgage department (formerly SCIL Mortgage LLC).