BELOIT, WI- The Beloit Snappers and the Rodeway Inn of Beloit have teamed up for an eleventh consecutive season, giving fans a great opportunity to catch a game at Pohlman Field and not worry about the drive home.
Snappers fans can crash at the Rodeway Inn anytime during the 2013 season for a rate of just $59.99 per night for 1-2 adults or $65.99 for 3-4 adults (plus taxes). Kids can stay for free! You can also take advantage of the Rodeway Inn's pet friendly policy and bring your pet along for just $10.00 extra per night. Along with a clean, comfortable and spacious room in a relaxing atmosphere, each guest will receive a free general admission ticket (up to four tickets per room), 50% off of your first beer, wine, or rail drink at Patti's Road Dawg Pub, 10% off of your meal at the Road Dawg Family Restaurant, and continental breakfast (hot breakfast upgrade option available) with every package booked.
The Rodeway Inn is the Official Team Hotel of the Beloit Snappers and is convenientlylocated at the intersection of Interstate 43 and Interstate 90, Exit 185A, just a couple of minutes from Pohlman Field. The hotel features many full-service amenities,including free parking and free local calls. Copy and fax services are also available, along with in-room coffee makers, wireless internet, three free channels of HBO, four free channels of ESPN, guest laundry services and microwaves and refrigerators inmost rooms. To book your stay for the 2013 season, contact the Rodeway Inn at 608-364-4000 and ask for the Snappers Home Run Package.
The Beloit Snappers are a member of the Midwest League and are a Class-A affiliate ofthe Oakland Athletics. Opening Day at Pohlman Field is set for April 11, 2013 at 6:30pm, when the Snappers face the Burlington Bees, the Midwest League affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. For ticket information, contact the Snappers' offices at 608-362-2272 or visit our website at www.snappersbaseball.com.
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