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Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation 3rd Annual Hot Stove Luncheon presented by Scotiabank looks to sellout quickly

On Friday, January 25th, 2013 we have the power to make it happen.

By Rob Fai / Vancouver Canadians | December 5, 2012 3:45 PM ET

(Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium - Vancouver, B.C.) - The Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation is proud to announce that on Friday, January 25th, 2013, we will be hosting our 3rd Annual Hot Stove Luncheon presented by Scotiabank. This year's event will have a number of exciting elements including a live and silent auction, special guests from the Toronto Blue Jays organization as well as a wonderful midday meal and a few surprises.

Due to the overwhelming demand from our first two events, we will now be hosting our event with the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, located at 900 West Georgia Street in the heart of downtown Vancouver.

The Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation is committed to its many community initiatives which includes the newly-former Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation 'Mini-League' that saw more than 300 local children discover the game of baseball while learning skills that won't only help them on a diamond, but in life as well.

This is the marquee event for supporters of the Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation and through the support of Scotiabank, the Toronto Blue Jays, BC Hydro Power Smart, Coca-Cola and countless others, we will try and take our efforts even deeper into the community through your generosity and commitment.

Individual seats are on-sale now for just $75.00 per supporter with tables of 10 being offered for $750.00 with all proceeds going back into our community through the efforts of the Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation.

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We look forward to booking your reservation for our 3rd Annual Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation Hot Stove Luncheon presented by Scotiabank in the coming days and thank you for your support of our community initiatives.

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

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