As we celebrate another decade in the ongoing story of the Alaska Aces family, let’s reminisce some of the PBA team’s greatest moments by looking back at their history as told through treasured memorabilia.
A stat sheet from the March 28, 1989 PBA Open Conference game where Alaska Air Force import Carl Lott scored 40 points against Purefoods Hotdogs. (snipview.com)
A courtside seat is an excellent way to watch a PBA game, especially when it’s the deciding game of the 1994 Governor’s Cup that saw the Milkmen claim the series with a 4-2 win over the Swift Mighty Meaties!
From fun-filled rookie performances to games and raffles, The United Friendship Club of Alaska’s FANtastic DAY ’95 event held in Ayala, Makati, was a huge success that let fans of the team hang out with their favorite Alaska Milkmen.
As seen in this promotional poster highlighting Alaska Coach Tim Cone and San Miguel’s Ron Jacobs , basketball fans weren’t just celebrating the 100th anniversary of Philippine Independence in 1998, they were anticipating the titanic showdown between the Milkmen and the Beermen in the upcoming PBA Centennial Cup.
What’s better than owning an exclusive Alaska Aces magazine? Owning two, of course! These magazines are the Never Quit Squad’s way of thanking the fans that have made the past 30 years worth celebrating. Grab your copy today!