Binghamton, NY - Baseball season is right around the corner and the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, Double-A Affiliate of the New York Mets, are pleased to announce the Meet the Rumble Ponies Dinner. The dinner will be held Tuesday, April 4th at the Holiday Inn in downtown Binghamton, with the help of United Way's Robin Alpaugh, long-time dinner chair. Festivities will kick off at 5:30 PM.
This special baseball program will include an interview with new Rumble Ponies Manager Luis Rojas and introduction to coaches and players of the Rumble Ponies. In addition, Rumble Ponies owner John Hughes will highlight stadium improvements and provide an overview of our exciting upcoming promotions. Some promotions include a special appearance by Darryl Strawberry, our first partnership for "We Care Wednesdays" with the United Way of Broome County, and A Night in the Twilight Zone, just to name a few. Baseball fans of all ages will find this home-run event full of fun and excitement - with opportunities to participate in speed pitch, meet future stars of Citi Field, collect autographs and win Binghamton Rumble Ponies memorabilia. Attendees will also be eligible to win 2 tickets to see the New York Mets in person, with transportation provided by Uptown Limousine Service, as well as other prizes.
Individual dinner tickets are on sale for $35, which includes one reserved grandstand ticket for opening night. Dinner tickets are available to 2017 Rumble Club members for only $30. Fans can start purchasing tickets at 9:00am on March 2, 2017 by calling (607) 722-FUNN or coming directly to the stadium at 211 Henry St, Binghamton.
For any questions please reach out to John "JB" Bayne, AGM and Director of Community Relations at 607.722.FUNN (3866) or by email at email@example.com.
The Rumble Ponies open the 2017 season on the road in New Hampshire on April 6 before celebrating their home opener at NYSEG Stadium on April 13 vs. Erie. Season Tickets for the 2017 season are on sale now.
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