A group of Silverbacks fans made the journey by bus to Vernon to cheer on their team as they faced the Vipers on Friday, Nov. 3. The Silverbacks ownership group paid for tickets to the game and for the bus.-image credit: Jim Elliot/Salmon Arm Observer

Fans have chance to get in on road trip

The Silverbacks will once again benefit from a wild and crazy cheering section which will follow them on the road to Vernon.

Following a well received bus trip to Vernon for Silverbacks Fans on Friday November third which was paid for including tickets to watch the ‘Backs play the Vipers another free trip is being offered on Dec. 30.

The last trip saw the bus packed with Silverbacks loyalists dressed in crazy costumes such as a big hairy gorilla and fans sporting tutus and dyed-purple hair.

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The bus will likely be filled with costumed Silver-backers once again as autographed team jerseys will be awarded to both the male and female fan who shows up with the best costume.

Thirty tickets are on offer for Silverbacks’ volunteers and another 30 for other fans.

Sign up for the trip will be at the Silverbacks’ Dec. 1 home game vs. Wenatchee at a table at the top of the interior stairs —first come first signed up.

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