The easiest, most popular fundraiser in the area – over $450,000 raised since the 2010 season
The Northwest Arkansas Naturals have released their fundraising information for Season 8 of Naturals baseball at Arvest Ballpark. The Naturals fundraising program has raised over $100,000 each of the past four seasons and is available to non-profits, sports teams, school organizations, civic groups, and churches.
Fundraisers at Arvest Ballpark are offered for a pre-determined Sunday-Thursday home game. Participants will resell Naturals Reserved tickets for their pre-determined game at $8, which is $1 less than the day of game price. No deposit is required after the date is scheduled; however, we ask that a member of the fundraising group informs their Naturals rep 10-14 days before the game with the exact amount of tickets that will be needed for their game. The percentage back that is received is based upon the size of the group but can be up to 50% of the ticket total.
There is no maximum to the amount of tickets sold and the Naturals will offer prizes to all groups and their top sellers. There are different tiers based on the size of the group but prizes can include a Pre-Game or Post-Game photo on the field with your group, ten (10) person VIP Tour of Arvest Ballpark before or during the game, tickets to a future Naturals game, autograph baseball, and one (1) ceremonial first pitch at your designated fundraising date.
The Naturals will also provide ticket forms and promotional materials to assist with the group’s effort. In addition, a free Strike the Sasquatch mascot appearance is offered to groups to help promote their fundraiser at the ballpark.
The 2015 fundraising flyer is now available and can be found on our website at www.nwanaturals.com under the Groups & Events tab or by emailing us at email@example.com. To check date availability or if you have any questions, you can give us a call at (479) 927-4900 or visit our Administrative Offices located at Arvest Ballpark.
This article originally appeared on the official website of the Northwest Arkansas Naturals. Click here to view the original story.