2010-06-15

“Survivor” comes to Dunedin again on June 24th

Season 2 to feature new and exciting games, 42” LCD at stake

Dunedin, FL – The popular “Survivor: Dunedin” promotion returns to Dunedin Stadium on Thursday, June 24 when the Dunedin Blue Jays start off the 2nd half of the 2010 Florida State League season against the Daytona Cubs.
Last year’s event, which saw 10 contestants try to outwit and outlast each other for the grand prize of a 42” LCD television, was one of the most popular events the Blue Jays had put on in quite some time.
This year’s event will operate much like last year’s, with contestants being split up into two tribes and pitted against each other in numerous events that test the body and mind, with the final contestants facing off in an obstacle course to win the grand prize.
The first pitch for that night’s game is scheduled for 7 p.m. The stadium gates will open at 6 p.m. The events will take place between innings throughout the game with the final obstacle course taking place at the conclusion of “Launch-A-Ball” right after the game.
Fans who are interested in being contestants for the show by sending an email with the subject line “Surivor” to Kathi.Wiegand@bluejays.com. Fans should include his or her name, phone number, a photo, and in 200 words or less, describe why he or she should be chosen as a contestant.

All e-mails for prospective contestants must be received by the Blue Jays by 5 p.m. on Friday, June 18.
The event will take place on a “Thirsty Thursday” at Dunedin Stadium where fountain sodas and draft beers will be $1 apiece.
Tickets for the event are $6 for general admission, but fans can receive a discount if they use the code word “Survivor” while purchasing their tickets.

To purchase tickets, visit the front office of the Dunedin Blue Jays at 373 Douglas Ave. from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, or call (727) 733-9302. Tickets are also available before and during every Blue Jays home game at the ticket office in front of the stadium.
For more information on this event, please contact Kathi Wiegand by calling (727) 738-7052 or by email at Kathi.Wiegand@bluejays.com.

Analysis:

Much has been made of your Toronto Blue Jays lack of perks and promotions this year.  I for one miss twoonie Tuesdays and the give away games. 

I just wanted to show you guys that somewhere, someone gets it in the organization.....

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