SportsNet Photography Photo Shoot Needs Thrashers Fans Tomorrow Morning

It's become a frustrating cycle for fans of Atlanta's former hockey team: well meaning events are put together either with minimal notice or at inconvenient times, making the turnout smaller than it actually would have been. But, instead of complaining, fans should be happy that there're still people who care about the team and who the team left behind.

Tomorrow morning at the top of the parking deck at 98 Cone Street, SportsNet Photography will be doing a photo shoot that will portray the city and the move through the fans' eyes. Dress in jerseys and jeans/kakhis with a change of clothes for afterward. The head photographer is Greg Miller, and he will be there at about 9:30 for the shoot to start at 10:00. Please bring $4 for the parking deck - you will be reimbursed - your jerseys, and any Blueland memorabilia you might want to.

Apologies for the late notice, but this will be appearing in a new upcoming hockey publication, SportsNet Magazine, and it is pretty nice for them - as opposed for nearly everyone else in the hockey world - to realize that the Thrashers had fans.

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