Support Woodrow’s Marching Band by Buying Discounted Mavericks Tickets

The Woodrow Wilson High School band prepares to march outside their East Dallas campus. (Photo via Flickr)

The Mavericks are playing some exciting basketball these days. A week after hitting buzzer-beaters to secure back-to-back road victories over the Chicago Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks, Monta Ellis scored 13 points in the final four-and-a-half minutes last night to lead Dallas to a home win over the New Orleans Pelicans.

Up next on the Mavericks’ schedule is a Saturday-afternoon game against the Golden State Warriors, the best team in the Western Conference. If you’d like to attend this game at a discounted price, you’re in luck. The Woodrow Wilson High School band — which includes tuba player Mateo Salmeron, son of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate agent Henda Salmeron — is selling a limited number of lower-level tickets for $40 apiece, which is half off the normal price. For each ticket sold, the Woodrow band will receive a contribution toward its general operating fund.

Interested? Contact Rick Salmeron at 214-923-7283 or

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