Catch a major league game, raise support and awareness of FFA this summer

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We have a cool campaign that launched Monday to raise awareness of FFA from the nation’s capital to Washington state this summer.

Eight Major League Baseball teams – the Seattle Mariners, Colorado Rockies, Kansas City Royals, St. Louis Cardinals, Milwaukee Brewers, Cincinnati Reds, Philadelphia Phillies and Washington Nationals – will host FFA Day at the Ballpark games this summer.

Each team is offering great seats at specially discounted prices for FFA members, family and friends, advisors, FFA Alumni members, community supporters, sponsors and anyone who wants to support FFA. For every ticket sold, teams are donating $2 back to their market’s state FFA association.

These games give us the opportunity to visibly promote FFA in front of a combined 500,000 baseball fans in June and July. Based on ticket sales, teams offer a host of amenities we can take advantage of to get our organization in front of fans, including on-field introductions, possibly throwing out a first pitch, welcome messages, areas in concourses to engage fans and share FFA materials and more. So the more tickets that are sold to each game, the more opportunities we’ll potentially have to share what today’s FFA is all about.

Visit FFA Day at the Ballpark for a full schedule of games that will benefit FFA this summer and to order discounted tickets to catch your favorite team and represent FFA. There are full-color fliers on the site that can be downloaded and shared to let others know about these games and opportunities to support FFA.

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