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The Colorado Springs Sky Sox are proud to announce that they will once again be partnering with Domino’s to showcase local charities. The joint venture, named the “Charity Spotlight”, is designed to help charities in the Colorado Springs area and after tremendous success over the last three seasons the two organizations are excited to bring the program back for another year. In the current economic environment, many charities are working harder than ever to meet budgets to support the ever increasing demand for their services. Domino’s will again provide these charities with an opportunity to market themselves and raise awareness for their causes at Security Service Field during the Sky Sox 2016 season free of charge.
“At Domino’s, we recognize the importance of the many charities here in Colorado Springs and we are proud to once again team up with the Colorado Springs Sky Sox to spotlight local non-profits while providing them with a night of fun at the ballpark”, said Domino’s Franchisee Craig Williams.
Throughout the season, Domino’s will provide 30 charities with the following marketing package at one of 30 individual Sky Sox home games:
- A marketing table in the main concourse to showcase their organization
- Four tickets to the game, parking & two medium Domino’s pizzas
- Public address announcement and live in-game scoreboard recognition
- A ceremonial first pitch
- On-air interview during the Sky Sox broadcast on AM 1300 “The Animal”
Any charity wishing to be considered for the “Charity Spotlight” must download the form linked here, (http://www.milb.com/documents/0/8/6/164835086/Charity_Spotlight_Form2016_oa9p8wnp.pdf) and email the completed form to Tricia Metzger at firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional assistance, please contact Tricia Metzger at (719) 304-5612.
“The Sky Sox are proud to continue this partnership with Domino’s while assisting area non-profit organizations with their marketing efforts”, said Sky Sox President and General Manager Tony Ensor. “Colorado charities and the services they provide are an integral part of this community and we are proud to lend a helping hand in their effort.”
This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.