Prizes to be given away for season ticket members, corporate partners and group leaders.

By Inland Empire 66ers | January 22, 2018 1:16 PM ET

SAN BERNARDINO - On Wednesday, February 15th the Inland Empire 66ers are launching their inaugural Signing Day campaign. The Sixers' social media will highlight corporate partners, season ticket members and group leaders that have signed on to be a part of the action for the 66ers 2018 season.  


Each participating corporate partner, season ticket member and group leader will automatically be entered into a drawing that will take place several times live on Facebook. From the hours of 10am to 5pm, the 66ers Front Office will draw winners from a drum awarding unique prizes and experiences like a Mike Trout autographed baseball, participation in the manager lineup exchange before the game, ½ inning on-air broadcaster and more.


"College football does an excellent job promoting which high school players are committing to their teams and we believe that this is an outstanding way of showcasing who has committed to supporting our team for the 2018 season," said Joe Hudson, General Manager. "After leading the California League in attendance last year we are ready to defend the crown and reward the best fans in baseball!"


After the initial signing day, the Inland Empire 66ers will continue to honor those who partner with the team throughout the remainder of the season. Make sure to like the Inland Empire 66ers on Facebook and follow @66ersbaseball on Twitter and Instagram for continual updates. The Inland Empire 66ers of San Bernardino baseball team are the Class-A Advanced affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels serving the Inland Empire community with the best family friendly entertainment. The 2018 season begins on Thursday, April 5th against the San Jose Giants at San Manuel Stadium. For more information about season ticket memberships, group outings or how to become a community partner, please contact the 66ers at or call 909-888-9922.

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

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