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ALBUQUERQUE, NM – New Mexico Gas Co. is partnering with New Mexico United to donate 250 tickets for five games each to local youth-focused community and nonprofit organizations. New Mexico Gas Co. will give out 150 of those tickets to the Herman Sanchez Community Center in Albuquerque’s South Valley.

WHEN: Tuesday, April 30 at 4:00 PM

WHO: New Mexico United players and staff, Head Coach Troy Lesesne, and New Mexico Gas Co. executives, VP of Operations Ray Sanchez, Economic Development and Community Affairs Manager and Communications Manager Tim Korte.

WHAT: New Mexico Gas Co. will present Herman Sanchez Community Center with 150 tickets to the New Mexico United upcoming Cinco de Mayo match.

WHERE: Herman Sanchez Community Center

1830 William SE

Albuquerque, NM 87102

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About New Mexico United

New Mexico United, the state’s professional soccer franchise, brings the most popular sport in the world home to the Land of Enchantment. Fueled by a passion for community, New Mexico United’s promise is to provide a platform that brings New Mexicans together for a unique sporting experience, celebrating the unity and excitement inherent in world-class soccer.  The New Mexico United inaugural season kicks off March-October at Isotopes Park.

About New Mexico Gas Co.

New Mexico Gas Company is a member of the Emera family of energy companies. With headquarters in Albuquerque, we are the largest natural gas utility in New Mexico. Strategically situated between two large natural gas production basins, we operate in 26 of the 33 counties in New Mexico, maintaining 12,000 miles of pipeline and serving 524,000 customers. To provide the best customer service and support, we have a state-of-the-art Call Center in Albuquerque and 22 walk-in offices in communities across New Mexico. New Mexico Gas Company traces its roots to the Albuquerque Gas and Electric Company, founded in 1917, but the natural gas business as we know it today in New Mexico began when Southern Union purchased franchises in Farmington, Santa Fe and Albuquerque in 1930.

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