Tickets on sale for Saints Hall of Fame Induction and Gala for Moore, Thomas, Hebert

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Tickets are now available for the 30th annual Saints Hall of Fame Induction and Gala.

The event is set for Friday, Sept. 14 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. at Club XLIV and Encore at Champions Square.

New Orleans Super Bowl heroes Lance Moore and Pierre Thomas will be formally inducted into the Saints Hall of Fame while long-time Saints director of photography Michael C. Hebert will receive the Joe Gemelli Fleur de Lis Award.

New Orleans Saints alumni from around the country will attend, providing a great opportunity to meet them and obtain autographs and pictures.

A gala will follow, catered by 27 restaurants and caterers providing outstanding food, including:

1718 Catering at The Hyatt
Acme Oyster House
Antoine’s
Aroma Catering
Bayou Staffing, LLC
Bonefish Grill
Centerplate
Chateau Café
Chisesi Brothers/Rickey Jackson Smoked Sausage
Copeland’s
Deanie’s Seafood
Gambino’s Bakery
Impastato’s Restaurant
Hooters
Jambalaya Girl
Katie’s in Mid City
Krispy Kreme
Manning’s Restaurant
Messina’s At The Terminal
Ole Saint
Pigeon Caterers
PJ’s Coffee
Rock’n’Sake
Varino’s Italian Sausage
Walk-On’s
Zea Rotisserie & Bar
Zoe’s Kitchen

There will be a silent auction of outstanding sports memorabilia and door prizes as well.

ORDER TICKETS: You can order tickets to the 30th annual Saints Hall of Fame Induction/Gala on Friday, Sept. 14 honoring Lance Moore, Pierre Thomas and Michael C. Hebert by calling (504) 471-2192 or e-mailing [email protected].

There are two ways to order and pay. The cost is $75 per ticket.

1) You can pay by check. Mail a check for the proper amount to: SAINTS HALL OF FAME, P.O. Box 640394, Kenner, LA 70064-0394. Upon receipt, your tickets will be mailed to you immediately.

2) You can pay by credit by calling (504) 471-2192. Your tickets will be mailed to you immediately.

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