KANNAPOLIS, N.C. (Feb. 20, 2014) – The Kannapolis Intimidators have teamed up with ACN Inc. to host four Charity Spotlight Nights during the 2014 season in order to give local non-profit organizations a larger platform to raise money and awareness for their cause. Organizations can apply through the team website – IntimidatorsBaseball.com – under the “Fans” tab or by calling the front office at (704) 932-3267. Groups interested in applying are encouraged to do so now as consideration will be given on a first-come, first-served basis. ACN Charity Spotlight Nights will be Friday, April 18; Friday, May 17; Friday, July 18; and Thursday, August 28.
APPLY TODAY TO BE A SPOTLIGHTED CHARITY
Up to five area non-profits will be able to set up an information table on the stadium concourse to promote their cause to fans on each ACN Charity Spotlight Night, and organizations will also receive discounted ticket vouchers to distribute to their supporters throughout the community. The Intimidators will donate 50% of proceeds from these vouchers to the organizations.
About the Intimidators
The Intimidators are preparing for the 20th season of professional baseball in Kannapolis and 14th as the Class A Affiliate of the Chicago White Sox affiliate. Season tickets, mini-plans and select single-game seats are currently available by calling the F&M Bank Box Office at (704) 932-3267 or by visiting the team website at www.IntimidatorsBaseball.com.
About ACN Inc.
Headquartered in Concord, N.C., ACN is the world’s largest direct selling telecommunications company offering highly competitive services to consumers and small businesses in North America, Europe, Pacific and now Asia. The company’s outstanding product portfolio includes digital phone service with video phone, local and long distance services, internet, wireless, home security & automation, television, energy, ACN Mobile World, and ACN Premium Technical Support.
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