Las Vegas Wranglers Launch Free App for iPhone and Android
October 17, 2013 by VegasNews.com
The Las Vegas Wranglers’ ice hockey team has launched an iPhone and Android app that is now available for free download.
The app, designed by ClearVision Apps, provides fans with team news, home and road schedules, scores, roster information, and more. By scrolling across the bottom tiles, fans can find the team’s Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube feeds in one place, and kids (or adults) can test their skills with hockey trivia and games. When downloading the app, fans can opt-in for push notifications from the team as well.
“ClearVision Apps is thrilled to have been chosen to create the mobile app for the Las Vegas Wranglers,” said Dan Friedman, CEO of ClearVision Apps. “We are proud to be associated with the Wranglers and are excited about the app and the upcoming season.”
To find the app in your device’s app store, search “Las Vegas Wranglers“. Direct links for downloading the app can be found here.
The Wranglers open the 2013-14 regular season Saturday, Oct. 19, at 7:05 p.m. against the Utah Grizzlies. The first 5,000 fans through Orleans Arena that night will receive a free magnet schedule.
ClearVision Apps creates mobile applications for both iPhone and Android devices. For more information, visit their website here.
Season tickets for the Wranglers 11th season are on sale now. The Wranglers offer flexible payment options on all plans, and 2013-14 packages start at just $200. Full season tickets can be reserved for as low as 25 percent down, and include benefits such as buddy passes, exclusive team events, and merchandise discounts. For more information, contact the Wranglers front office at (702) 471-7825 or visit wranglers.co. Don’t forget to find the Wranglers on Facebook and follow @WranglersLV on Twitter for the latest updates.
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