Call-A-Pacer Begins in April for 20th Year
Official Release | March 29, 2013
The Indiana Pacers annual Call-A-Pacer program, sponsored by Stanley Security Solutions and in conjunction with the Indianapolis Public Library, will begin the first week of April. The popular program, part of Pacers Cares, is in its 20th year and this year features an all-Pacers’ players lineup who read part of a children’s story.
Pacers forward David West will tip off the program, starting the week of April 1 by reading “Little Owl's Night.” Fans of all ages can call (317) 275-4444, toll-free at 877-275-9007 or log on to Pacers.com to listen. Phone lines are open 24 hours and may be accessed by up to four listeners at a time. Fans can also visit their local library to check out the featured book of the week, receive a pre-autographed photo of that week’s featured reader and an official “I’m a Pacers All-Star Reader” sticker. Fans will also have a chance at receiving an autographed copy of that week’s book by that week’s featured player.
Call-A-Pacer was created to encourage school-age children to read and visit their neighborhood library. All stories run for one week, starting Apr. 1, and will conclude the week of June 17. Here’s this year’s lineup:
This year’s “Read Like a Pro – Call-a-Pacer 2013” schedule includes:
For more information, contact the Pacers’ Public Information Department at (317) 917-2500 or visit www.indypl.org.