Emeralds Release 2013 Promotional Schedule

By Eugene Emeralds | April 24, 2013 12:48 PM ET

The Emeralds have announced the 2013 promotional schedule. The agenda is highlighted by giveaways featuring the Ems new logo and colors including a cap giveaway presented by Northwest Toyota Dealers (6/22), drawstring backpack giveaway from Carl's Jr. (7/12), Christmas ornament compliments of Kendall Auto Group (7/24), Sasquatch "Bobble-Foot" giveaway presented by the Valley River Inn (7/26), 22 oz water bottle giveaway courtesy of Levi's (8/11) and a Lego man giveaway presented by Pepsi (8/24). Additions to the weekly promotional schedule include unique ticket discounts such as Goodwill Sundays (presented by Goodwill Industries), Fred Meyer Fridays and Bi-Mart Tuesdays. 

The Emeralds will host the annual Independence Day Fireworks spectacular on July 3rd with the first 2000 fans receiving glow sticks presented by Verizon Wireless. Other returning favorite theme nights include Animal House Night brought to you by Yellowbook (6/27), Military Appreciation presented by Original Roadhouse Grill (7/2), Star Wars Night (7/27), Dog Day presented by Kendall Subaru (7/30) and Grateful Dead Night (8/10). Fans concerned for the fate of Ems mascot Sluggo after the introduction of the new Sasquatch logo can rest assured that Sluggo will be in full force all season and in particular for Sluggo's Birthday Party on July 10 presented by Eugene Urgent Care. 

New theme nights on this year's schedule include a sasquatch tattoo contest on Bats and Tats Night (7/23), the Jimmy Buffett tribute band the Cheeseburgers on Parrothead Night (7/29) and special performer the purple party dude Reggy presented by Pepsi (7/13). The Ems will be spreading the appreciation around this summer with Local Hero Night (6/23), Union Night (6/26), City of Springfield Night (7/26) and Teacher Appreciation Night (8/22).

For a complete look at the 2013 schedule and for more information regarding all of the Emeralds promotions visit the Ems Promo Schedule Here

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

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