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  • March 23rd, 2010

    March 23, 2010:
    Looking for some Monster Seats?

    Posted by Christine E. at 5:05 pm in Good Deeds,Red Sox No Comments

    Next Wednesday, March 31st, 2010,  from 7-10pm, The Bleacher Bar at Fenway Park, 82A Lansdowne Avenue, is holding a most excellent event: A Monster Tix Giveaway…Yep, The Bleacher Bar is giving away TEN pair of some of the best seats in the best park in all of Baseball!

    Here’s how it works: For every $10 you spend at the Bar (Food AND Drink) you get a raffle ticket to the drawing for the Monster Tickets. If you make a $5.00 Donation to the Charities, you get a raffle ticket. So if you and 3-4 of your closest friends go for dinner and drinks after work, and all make the $5.00 donation, that is quite a few chances to win…

    Proceeds benefit 2 excellent charities: Best Buddies Massachusetts and Special Olympics of Massachusetts. So grab a group and head down to The Bleacher Bar next Wednesday and eat, drink, be merry, and help raise some fund for 2 great causes…

    Oh, and you just might win 2 tickets for the Green Monster! Sounds like a win-win to me!

    Good Luck!

    More about Best Buddies Massachusetts: A nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1989 by Anthony Kennedy Shriver, Best Buddies is dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. There are more than 1,400 college, high school and middle school campuses across the country and internationally that participate in the Best Buddies programs. These programs will positively impact more than 400,000 individuals this year with Best Buddies volunteers annually contributing services to the community that equate to more than $70 million dollars.

    More about Special Olympics of Massachusetts: Created from the simple philosophy that all people befit from participation in sports, Eunice Kennedy Shriver organized the 1st International Special Olympic Games in 1968, where 1,00 athletes from the US and Canada competed in track and field and aquatics. Today, The Special Olympics Massachusetts (SOMA), which is now headed by Mrs. Shriver’s son, Timothy, provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of well-coached Olympic-type sports for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Over 40 years later, close to one million athletes participate in the Special Olympics, with athletes from every state of the U.S. and in over 140 countries around the world. Massachusetts’ statewide program supports 11,639 athletes and Unified Partners who are assisted by 1,642 coaches and 12,343 volunteers.

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