Salt Lake Bees Fans Invited to Participate in Bee Healthy Week at Smith's Ballpark
SALT LAKE CITY (June 12, 2014) - The Salt Lake Bees will present Bee Healthy Week June 19-21 at Smith's Ballpark as part of the team's ongoing commitment to health and wellness. During the games those evenings, fans of all ages will be invited to participate in a variety of interactive Bee Healthy Challenges featuring special prizes. In addition, Bees players will host baseball clinics throughout the week to show local youth ways to stay active while having fun.
In collaboration with Intermountain LDS Hospital, SelectHealth and the Utah Department of Health, six Bee Healthy Challenges will line the concourse of Smith's Ballpark during games June 19-21. Fans who complete at least four of the six challenges will receive a Bee Healthy T-shirt and entry into a drawing to win autographed Bees items, including a mini-helmet, jersey, bat or baseball. Designed to educate and inspire fans to embrace healthy living, the Bee Healthy Challenges will include:
- LiVe Well Operation Game, a life-size version of the board game "Operation"
- Blood pressure checks
- Health-based social media contests
- Chair yoga
- Body fat analysis
- Healthcare Wheel of Misfortune, a game featuring a large spinning wheel to help educate fans about healthcare reform
As part of the Bees organization's ongoing efforts to encourage youth to stay active and live a healthy lifestyle, players will also lead five clinics during Bee Healthy Week, two of which will be open to Knothole Club members. The clinics will provide youth with a chance to interact with Bees players during a series of baseball drills, along with autograph and photo opportunities.
During the Bee Healthy homestand, All-Star Catering will debut a variety of individual salads and fruit plates as part of its "Fresh Express" menu for fans. Concessionaries will continue to offer healthy choices such as vegetable trays, baked chips and bean and rice burritos at Smith's Ballpark. On Friday, June 20, when the team takes on the Memphis Redbirds, attendees will also receive Bee Healthy water bottles to help them stay hydrated while on the go.
The Bees will host the Memphis Redbirds and the Nashville Sounds during its eight-game homestand June 17-24. Tickets are available at the Smith's Ballpark box office from 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., as well as at all Smith'sTix outlets and Smith's Food & Drug Stores. Tickets may also be purchased online with no additional fees at www.slbees.com or by phone at 801-325-BEES (2337).
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