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Hurricane Alley Roller Derby Finds New Home at American Bank Center

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CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii Sports) - The women of the Hurricane Alley Roller Derby were recently kicked out of their building after someone bought the property, but now they have a new place to skate -- the American Bank Center.

Folks at the American Bank Center said the organization is women-operated, with skaters working at all levels of the business. They have deep-rooted ties with the Corpus Christi community.

If you want to buy tickets for the Hurricane Alley Roller Derby's 10th season, they will be available at the American Bank Center box office, Ticketmaster.com, HEB Ticketmaster outlets, or call 1-800-745-3000. Tickets and VIP passes can be purchased with the Hurricane Alley Roller Derby by visiting www.hurricanealleyrd.com.
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