After an entire season away due to damage caused by the August 2020 derecho, the Cedar Rapids Roughriders are back in action for the 2021-22 season and we are giving you an entire suite for an upcoming game.

The cowbells have returned to ImOn Ice Arena, the home of the Cedar Rapids Roughriders that's also affectionately known as The Stable. The Roughriders have a 30-game USHL home slate that started last weekend and continues through April 23 when the Roughriders wrap up the regular season home schedule against Dubuque.

On Friday night, November 12, the Roughriders play the first of back-to-back home games against the Green Bay Gamblers and you have the chance to win an entire suite for the game. It's the best view of the game in the house, high above the ice. And since a suite has room for 20, you can bring everyone in your family. Or everyone in your neighborhood!

Hopefully, you've also recognized the fact that Veterans Day is the day before, on November 11. Since the Roughriders don't play that night, Military Appreciation Night with the Roughriders is the Friday game, on November 12. Enjoy the best seats in the house and honor our veterans, active personnel, and their families. If you're a veteran, be sure to sign up for the free suite below!

*Note: On Friday, November 12, the Cedar Rapids Roughriders will be offering active military and veterans a free ticket to the game.

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