Rams Announce Highly-Anticipated Promotional Schedule

Posted Aug 1, 2013

- Rams to host country concert, give away NFL’s first-ever figurine series –

ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Rams have announced single-game tickets will be on sale tomorrow at 10 a.m. Fans can purchase single-game tickets by visiting or calling 314-RAMS-TIX. In addition, the team released its promotional schedule for home games at the Edward Jones Dome in 2013, which includes a post-game concert and the Long vs. Long figurine series, the first of its kind in the NFL.

The announcement comes one year after the team’s first-ever promotional schedule, which included the world record-setting Fisher Stache giveaway.

“We are excited to release our promotional schedule to our fans for the 2013 season,” said Rams vice president of marketing and brand strategy Brian Killingsworth. “In addition to the all-fan giveaways for our primetime games, we are proud to introduce the NFL’s first head-to-head figurine series featuring Chris and Jake Long. We feel these giveaways will greatly enhance the game day experience at the Edward Jones Dome this season.”

This season’s game events and promotions are as follows:

Sunday, September 8 versus the Arizona Cardinals at 3:25 p.m. presented by Edward Jones
All fans in attendance will receive a blue Rams rally towel, presented by Famous Footwear, a division of Brown Shoe Company, to celebrate the start of the 2013 season as well as the kickoff of the United Way of Greater St. Louis campaign. The Rams will also participate in the NFL’s Back to Football efforts.

Thursday, September 26 versus the San Francisco 49ers at 7:25 p.m. presented by Charter
All fans in attendance will receive a white #RamsPrimetime t-shirt presented by YPSM, Charter, Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University Physicians to wear for Thursday Night Football on NFL Network.

Sunday, October 6 versus the Jacksonville Jaguars at 12 p.m. presented by 7UP TEN
The first 15,000 fans in attendance will receive a detailed Jake Long figurine presented by 7UP TEN. This is the first of two Long vs. Long figurine series giveaways. The Rams will also host their annual Breast Cancer Awareness game.

Monday, October 28 versus the Seattle Seahawks at 7:40 p.m. presented by Bud Light
All fans in attendance will receive a Rams rally flag to wave for Monday Night Football on ESPN.

Sunday, November 3 versus the Tennessee Titans at 12 p.m. presented by Boeing and the USO of Missouri
Local United States military heroes will be honored throughout the game as part of the team’s annual Military Appreciation game.Following the game, all fans in attendance will enjoy a live country music performance. The Rams will also recognize their Super Bowl XXXIV victory over the Titans by sporting 1999-era throwback uniforms.

Sunday, November 24 versus the Chicago Bears at 12 p.m. presented by Missouri Lottery
The Rams will host their annual “Green Game” to spread awareness for living an environmentally stable and socially responsible lifestyle.

Sunday, December 15 versus the New Orleans Saints at 12 p.m. presented by Dobbs Tire & Auto Centers
The first 15,000 kids age 14 and under will receive PLAY 60 eye black stickers to encourage kids to be active 60 minutes a day and live a healthy lifestyle.

Sunday, December 22 versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 12 p.m. presented by U.S. Bank
As part of “Fan Appreciation Day,” the first 15,000 fans will receive a detailed Chris Long figurine, which will connect at the base of the Jake Long figurine to complete the Long vs. Long figurine series. The Rams will also honor their 1999 NFC Championship victory over the Buccaneers by sporting 1999-era throwback uniforms for the second time during the 2013 season.

About the St. Louis Rams
A member of the National Football League, the St. Louis Rams moved to St. Louis in 1995 and delivered a World Championship and two NFC Championships to the Gateway City. Now under the guidance of Head Coach Jeff Fisher, General Manager Les Snead and Executive Vice President of Football Operations/Chief Operating Officer Kevin Demoff, the Rams are poised to return winning football to the St. Louis community. As a professional sports team, the Rams also recognize their unique ability to help raise both awareness and money for issues and causes relevant to their fans and fellow citizens.   The organization is committed to being a valuable civic partner and benefiting the bi-state region 365 days a year.  For more information, visit