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Halifax Rainmen Fall 2008 Schedule

Halifax b-ball fanatics, rejoice.  The Rainmen announced their 2008-2009 season schedule today, featuring 10 home games and 10 away games.  Click through for more.


From the release:


“Halifax Rainmen owner, Andre Levingston released the
team’s schedule for the 08/09 season today. “We are excited about this
year, and we are happy to be part of the PBL,” said Levingston.

The Halifax Rainmen will play 10 home games and 10 away games in
January with pre-season games are slated for December.

 “We will be facing teams from last season like the Vermont Frost
Heaves, the Manchester Millrats, Quebec Kebs and the Montreal
Royales,” added Levingston. “Plus we will go up against some new teams
from outside of our conference as well.”

Rainmen management is currently in the process of putting a winning
team together including signing corporate partners. Some of the
companies that have signed so far are Rogers Communications, Coca Cola
Bottling Ltd., Z103.5 FM, the Metro, Marks Work Wearhouse, Micco
Companies and Clearwater.

“Without corporate support the Rainmen would cease to exist. Our
corporate packages are being custom designed so that every company has
an original partnership agreement with the Rainmen. We need as much
corporate support as we can get to provide a winning basketball team
both on the court and in the community,” concluded Levingston.”


Here’s the schedule as of this writing:



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