Fun Fest at Roger Dean Stadium
JUPITER, FL (January 6, 2012) - Spring is in the air, and your first chance to join the baseball excitement is at Roger Dean Stadium's Fun Fest on Saturday, January 21st!
Individual game Spring Training tickets for the newly rebranded Miami Marlins and the 2011 World Series Champion St. Louis Cardinals will go on sale for the first time this year at 10 a.m. at the stadium box office. Fans of all ages can celebrate the start of the season with a game of catch in the outfield, running the bases, inflatable fun for the kids, and great savings at the Team Store blowout sale.
Fun Fest is a FREE event that kicks off at 10 a.m. and runs until 2 p.m., with the first 1,000 fans receiving a free hot dog and soda, so come early and come ready to play! The Palm Beach Cardinals mascot, Robbie the Redbird will be on hand, along with Miami's Billy the Marlin. Miami will also be bringing some interactive inflatables of their own, as well as their Mobile Sales HQ which gives fans an exclusive 3-D first look at their new stadium.
There will even be a Job Fair for anyone who wants to join the Roger Dean Stadium team this season.
While individual tickets go on sale for the first time at Fun Fest - and online at RogerDeanStadium.com, StLouisCardinals.com and Marlins.com - fans can secure tickets right now by purchasing season or group tickets, or with a Spring Training Six-Pack mini-plan. For more information on how you can beat the rush, call the ticket office at (561) 630-1828.
For more information on Fun Fest and Spring Training 2012, please visit RogerDeanStadium.com or call (561) 775-1818. For up-to-the-minute updates on everything that happens at Roger Dean Stadium, as well as special discounts and offers you can't get anywhere else, follow us on Twitter @RDSLetsPlay or like us on Facebook.
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