There's just one more day left before the Jets draft night party, brought to you by the New York Daily News, Pepsi, Toyota and Verizon, at the New Jets Stadium on Thursday night. Parking lots open at 5 p.m. and the party begins at 6.
All tickets for this event have been distributed, but for those who have tickets and are planning to attend, there are a few points to keep in mind for this first Jets-related event at the Green & White's new home stadium.
First and foremost, remember to bring your Jets 2010 Draft Party ticket. Attendees must have a ticket to enter the event — no exceptions.
Also, a helpful sartorial hint: Dress as if you're coming to a game. Lots of green and white is appropriate, and dress for the weather.
For those driving to the New Jets Stadium, parking is free. Don't plan on taking the train or the bus to the stadium — there will be no train service or bus service to the Meadowlands on Thursday night.
Normal gameday policies will be in effect for what partygoers can and can't bring into the stadium.
Once inside, food and beverage will be available for purchase, and Jets playes and alumni will be interviewed on stage by Jets radio voice Bob Wischusen.
Among the current Jets scheduled to appear are: Jerricho Cotchery, Mike DeVito, D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Shonn Greene, James Ihedigbo, Jim Leonhard, Nick Mangold, Matthew Mulligan, Sione Pouha, Tony Richardson, Rob Turner and Damien Woody,
The 2010 Jets Draft Party gives fans the opportunity to see the field, pick up giveaways and have the chance to win a variety of prizes. Players will participate in a question-and-answer session and Jets Flight Crew cheerleaders will be signing autographs and taking photos with fans. JetsShop will be selling all the latest team gear, including the 2010 Draft Cap.
And of course the star of the show will be the NFL Draft, with the first-round scheduled to begin shortly after 7:30 p.m.