THE “42” CLASSIC
FEBRUARY 2-4, 2018
JACKIE ROBINSON FIELD
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
HOTEL COMING SOON
On my recent 4500 mile trek to Texas and back home to Long Island, I visited about a dozen possible places of interest for us to hold a future event. New facilities, old historic sites, spring training complexes, and more.
One of these places really stood out, and I am thrilled to tell our clients that we have agreed to play ball at one of our nation’s most historic fields…Jackie Robinson Ballpark in Daytona Beach, Florida in February, 2018.
It’s a quaint old park in downtown Daytona Beach on City Island. It’s the site of Jackie Robinson’s first ever professional game. It is currently the single A home of the Cincinnati Reds, The Daytona Beach Tortugas. It’s also the home field for Bethune Cookman University.
Ryan Keur, the president of the Tortugas, has been great to work with in setting up this event and we both look forward to many years of playing ball in Daytona Beach.
The facility has everything we need, a top notch field, clubhouses, lunch area, a handheld scoreboard, and it’s a great location with restaurants and micro brews within walking distance of the field. A nice variety of good moderately priced hotels surround the area and of course the beach is just down the street.
This event will be open to 60 players only. We want to play all our games at this field with no spillover games at a secondary field.
The Package Includes:
6 games over the 3 days (plan on staying all day Sunday!)
Lunch daily on the party deck
A Super Bowl party on the party deck at the field Sunday evening.
Team To 15 Rate: $5,500
If you can bring a full team call me for details.
This is a great opportunity to play ball on one of our most historic fields in the warm Florida sunshine and escape the cold dark winter for a few days.
HOTEL COMING SOON
Check out the photos and review of the Jackie Robinson Ballpark at:
Ball Park Reviews.com
Plan your winter Florida trip now and join us February 2018 in fantastic Daytona Beach!
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