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As we turn our calendar toward the end and think of times spent with family and friends I just want to take a moment to thank all of you from the staff and team here at the Rainmakers! Thank you for another great year of ultimate and for supporting the Rainmakers all year.
We want to thank all of you for embracing our team and making this year special for all of us. The 2016 season brought a lot for which we can be thankful.
The 2016 Rainmakers season was one of our most successful to date, as we reached the MLU playoffs for the third time in four years. The 2016 Rainmakers represented the Pacific Northwest with pride, backed by amazing support from you.
Without the encouragement from our fans, we would not be able to do what we do. We know that there is a lot to be thankful for, and we wanted to let you know that it is fans like you that make our jobs worth doing. We love that we have the opportunity to highlight top level ultimate in front of the most passionate fans in the country!
The fantastic energy from our fan base feeds us on the field. When we put on the Rainmakers jersey, we know we are not just representing the organization, but Seattle ultimate in general, playing out there for every high school, college and even middle school teams, as well as the area’s many men’s, women’s and mixed club teams.
Ultimate is a sport that has always been rooted in a strong community, and we at the Rainmakers are proud to be a part of that in the Pacific Northwest.
With ever-increasing support from fans like you, we are thrilled to do our part to help spread the sport of ultimate.
Here at the MLU, we pride ourselves on putting on an elite level ultimate experience that everybody, from the ultimate veteran to the novice fan, can enjoy. We love seeing our local ultimate community come out to watch our games and take part in the game day experience.
So with the extended Rainmakers family in mind, we’d like to wish each and every one of you a very Happy Thanksgiving as well as the start of a wonderful holiday season.
General Manager Rusty Brown and the Seattle Rainmakers