SPRINGDALE, Ark. - The Northwest Arkansas Naturals are excited to announce that Strike the Sasquatch will be playing Cupid for Valentine's Day again this year. The popular mascot of the Naturals will be delivering a baseball-themed Valentine's Day gift as part of this annual program that will feature a rose, box of chocolates, and four (4) tickets to a Naturals game.
For only $75.00, you can give your sweetheart the gift of baseball this year for Valentine's Day. There are only 20 gifts available and they'll include four (4) Naturals ticket vouchers (good for a TBD regular season game in April), a rose, and a box of chocolates. The special gifts will be delivered by Strike the Sasquatch at an agreed upon time and location on either Monday, February 13 or Tuesday, February 14. A Naturals representative will confirm the date and time once the order is placed.
With a limited amount of gifts available, we ask that fans place their order no later than Wednesday, February 8. Interested fans can visit www.nwanaturals.com and print a faxable order form under the Tickets & Promotions tab. You can also call us at (479) 927-4900 or stop out and see us at our Administrative Offices, located at Arvest Ballpark, for more information.
Once the completed form has been received, a representative from the Naturals will contact you directly to confirm the order as well as the time and place of the delivery on either Monday, February 13 or Tuesday, February 14. Space is very limited for deliveries so we encourage fans to reserve your spot as early as you can. Delivery times are estimated and subject to change.
The Northwest Arkansas Naturals will host the San Antonio Missions, the Double-A Affiliate of the San Diego Padres, on Thursday, April 6 at 6:25 p.m. for Opening Day of Season 10 of Naturals Baseball at Arvest Ballpark.
The Northwest Arkansas Naturals are the Double-A Texas League Affiliate of the Kansas City Royals. The Naturals play at state-of-the-art Arvest Ballpark in Springdale, Ark. For more information, including statistics, ticket options, and more, please visit NWANaturals.com, and follow us on Twitter @NWANaturals and Facebook.com/Naturals.
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