November 20, 2012 - New York-Penn League (NYPL) - Jamestown Jammers
Jamestown, N.Y. (November 20, 2012) - The Jamestown Jammers are pleased to announce that they will be hosting the Pittsburgh Pirates Winter Caravan. The event will be held at Jamestown Community College's Student Union on Dec. 13th with the Pirates holding a player meet and greet, autograph session and speaker program from 6:30pm-8:00pm. The Caravan is scheduled to include Pirates manager Clint Hurdle, major leaguers; former Jammer Gaby Sanchez, Josh Harrison, the Pirate Parrott mascot, broadcaster Tim Neverett and members of the Pirates front office staff.
The Jammers will be only selling 200 tickets for the player meet and greet. Tickets for the Pirates Caravan will be $5.00 each. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Downtown Jamestown Development Corporation.
Jammers General Manager was very upbeat when discussing the event. "I am very excited for the Pirates to bring their caravan to Jamestown. This is a great opportunity to showcase Major League ballplayers for our community. The Jammers are delighted to partner with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Jamestown Community College and the DJDC for such a fantastic occasion. Also, the Jammers are looking forward to presenting Jamestown and Chautauqua County for all the Pirates visitors."
Jammers season tickets are also now on sale featuring our holiday discount. They make a great gift this time of year as the Jammers look forward to a thrilling 2013 season. Tickets for the caravan event expect to be limited to please place your orders as soon as possible. For more information and all the latest updates on the Jamestown Jammers, call the Jammers office at (716) 664-0915 or online at www.jamestownjammers.com.
Remember Opening Day for the Jammers season is June 17th. Attendees for this event are tentative and subject to change. The Jamestown Jammers are the Class A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Jammers are Chautauqua County's only professional sports team. They are owned by a local Buffalo company, Rich Products Corporation, which also owns the AA Northwest Arkansas Naturals and AAA Buffalo Bisons.