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Crosscutters VP to emcee Minor League seminar
10/01/2012 2:14 PM ET
 
Williamsport Crosscutters Vice President of Marketing & Public Relations, Gabe Sinicropi, will be one of three Minor League Baseball™ executives emceeing the 2012 MiLB Promotional Seminar in Reno, Nevada, October 2-5.

Sinicropi will emcee the seminar's second full day of activity on October 4 which will include the presentation of the nominees for Minor League Baseball's Golden Bobblehead Award Finalists. Golden Bobbleheads are awarded to teams for the best promotion of the year in each of four specific categories.

In addition to his hosting duties during the seminar, Sinicropi will also moderate sessions on Sponsorship Sales and The Importance of On-Field Hosts & Entertainment.

"While I have been a presenter at this seminar a number of times," stated Sinicropi, "this will be the first time I have been asked to emcee. It's truly an honor. Joining him as emcees of this year's event are Todd "Parney" Parnell, VP & COO of the Richmond Flying Squirrels and Sean McCall, Director of Broadcasting for the Lake Elsinore Storm.

"The Promotional Seminar is one of my favorite weeks of the year," Sinicropi said. "The manner in which Minor League Baseball shares ideas with each other is second to none. It's a great week of sharing our best practices while hearing the same from the other 159 Minor League Baseball teams as well as teams in other sports."

The three day seminar allows professionals from all across the sports industry to come together to share and exchange ideas on topics ranging from sales to marketing to stadium operations, among others.

Sinicropi plans to update fans on what is happening at the annual event via the Cutters Twitter (@crosscutters, #MILBPS) and Facebook (/WilliamsportCrosscutters) pages.

The Williamsport Crosscutters are an affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies. Season ticket information for 2013 is available at crosscutters.com or by calling (570) 326-3389.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.
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