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PLANS TO STEAL THE MOON WILL BE REVEALED OCTOBER 3RD AT SOUTHWEST UNIVERSITY PARK’S MOVIE NIGHT PRESENTED BY TEXAS GAS SERVICE FEATURING THE ANIMATED FILM DESPICABLE ME
This Saturday history’s most despicable supervillain Gru plans to pull off the greatest heist of the century; he plans to steal the moon. Backed by army of minions, Gru recruits a trio of orphan girls to help him. Will his arsenal of shrink rays and freeze gadgets help him prevail? Or will the immense love of three little orphaned girls who look at him as a potential Dad conquer his heart? The world's greatest villain has just met his greatest challenge. Can he still be super bad and a super Dad? Southwest University Park will open the gates and welcome moviegoers on Saturday, October 3 at 7 p.m. Pods are on sale now.
LOCOMOTIVE FC REMAINS UNBEATEN IN 9 MATCHES AND HOLDING ONTO 1ST PLACE IN THEIR GROUP
Starting with a dominating 4-2 win over Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC on August 8, El Paso Locomotive FC started a club-record undefeated streak of nine games. In that run, Los Locos have come away with wins against Switchbacks, Real Monarchs, New Mexico United, as well as serving San Antonio FC their first loss of the 2020 season. The current nine-game undefeated streak (7-0-2) ties with the club-record nine-game undefeated streak set in the inaugural 2019 season (6-0-3) from April 21 to June 15. Should Locomotive FC earn either a win or a draw against Switchbacks FC on Wednesday night, it will set a new club-record undefeated streak, as well being undefeated in the month of September after six games.
Lucky Fan is first to Win Casa Ford Lincoln’s Flatbed Challenge!
Locomotive Season Ticket Member Richard Garcia became the first and only winner of the Casa Flatbed Challenge during the Locomotive game on Saturday. After successfully kicking a soccer ball into the bed of a Ford-150 Raptor during halftime, Garcia was notified that he would be the recipient of a 12-month lease on a truck courtesy of Casa Ford! The Casa Flatbed Challenge has been played since the Locomotive inaugural season and Garcia became the first out of 21 contestants to successfully get the ball into the bed of the truck (15 in 2019, six in 2020).
LOCOMOTIVE FIGHT FOR FIRST CONTINUES
Following the scoreless draw against New Mexico United last Saturday, El Paso Locomotive’s fight to claim Group C continues. Splitting the points with their Derby del Rio Grande keeps Locomotive at the top of the table with four points and a chance to clinch a home playoff match with a draw or a win against Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC. Should Locomotive seal a home playoff game, it will be their second in their two-year existence, having previously played the 2019 Western Conference Semifinals against Sacramento Republic at Southwest University Park. If the 2020 Western Conference Quarterfinals are hosted in the Sun City, it will see Locomotive FC take on the second-place finishers of Group D, Austin Bold FC or FC Tulsa.
CHIHUAHUAS ANNOUNCE 9-1-5K PRESENTED BY TEXAS GAS SERVICE TO ASSIST FRONTLINE WORKERS
The El Paso Chihuahuas announced their first virtual race, the 9-1-5K presented by Texas Gas Service. Named after El Paso’s area code “915”, registration for the virtual 5K run/walk concludes Wednesday and will benefit the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) relief efforts. Registration is $30 per person with proceeds benefiting the El Paso Chihuahuas Foundation. Included in the fee is a participation tee shirt and one $9 voucher for a future Monday-Wednesday 2021 Chihuahuas game. For each entry sold, one voucher will be also donated to a frontline worker who has been helping those affected by COVID-19.
PADRES HEAD TO POSTSEASON BALANCED AND STRONG
For the first time in 14 seasons, the Padres are playoff bound. The next wait won't last nearly so long. They’re intent on making October baseball a habit in San Diego. With superstars Fernando Tatis Jr. and Manny Machado, ace-caliber starters Dinelson Lamet and Mike Clevinger, grand slams and bat flips galore and sleek new uniforms, the Padres became must-see TV this season. (MLB.com, 9/27/2020)
SOUTHWEST UNIVERSITY PARK ADOPTS CLEAR BAG POLICY
Southwest University Park, home of the El Paso Chihuahuas and El Paso Locomotive FC, adopted a Clear Bag or No Bag policy for all events at the ballpark beginning September 1, 2020. This includes Chihuahuas and Locomotive games as well as special events at the ballpark. Approved standard (non-clear bags) are limited to small clutch purses or similar and must be smaller than 6.5 x 4.5. All other types must be clear and may be no larger than 12 x 6 x 12. All bags will be subject to a search.
|ANGELA OLIVAS||TIM HAGERTY||SARAH NOLLNER||DERICK FOX||GINA ROE-DAVIS|
|El Paso Chihuahuas||El Paso Chihuahuas||El Paso Locomotive FC||El Paso Locomotive FC||Leg Up Entertainment|
|Sr. Director, Marketing & Communications||Sr. Manager, Broadcast & Media Relations||Director, Marketing & Communications||
|Director, Special Events|
|Email: aolivas@||Email: thagerty@||Email: snollner@||Email: dfox@||Email: groe-davis@|
|(915) 235-GOAL||(915) 242-2000|