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May 16, 2014

MUST-SEE VIDEO: Relive ’Canes state title run with DVD, virtual scrapbook

NEW CASTLE — Relive all the magic moments of the New Castle basketball team’s incredible run to a state title with a special package the New Castle News is producing.

We’ve offering a pair of products to help you do just that.

•’Canes DVD — Filled with game action, emotional locker room speeches and exclusive footage you won’t find anywhere else, this documentary-style DVD is sure to bring a smile to your face. The only thing better than watching the Red Hurricane win a PIAA title is to watch them do it again and again!

•Virtual Scrapbook — Wouldn’t it be cool to collect every newspaper page the ’Canes appeared on during the season in one digital format? Now you can with this special collector’s edition! We’ll have all game coverage, from the tipoff classic to the PIAA title matchup, as well as feature stories and coverage of the big events in town.

While we could never put a price tag on this classic collection, we want all ’Canes fans to be able to get their hands on it. We are selling each item separately for $25 or just $39.95 if bought together.

Only a limited number of disks will be available so place your order today to secure a copy. Call Rosie at (724) 654-6651, ext. 607, to place an order.

Don’t miss out on this incredible offer!

 

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