Vancouver Canadians Girls of Summer

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The Vancouver Canadians are hoping to increase engagement with the ladies at the baseball diamond with their Girls of Summer campaign.

“This year, we have developed an entire marketing strategy that speaks to women who are looking for fun, safe and affordable entertainment experience”, says Andy Dunn, President, Vancouver Canadians.

“Whether they are coming to the Nat Bailey Stadium with friends, family or significant others, there is a great experience waiting for them on and off the field.”

“We want the female fan experience to be controlled by our female fans, so, we are creating a Girls of Summer ‘member-only’ webpage that is their community and will be managed by them – truly “a club of their own”.

girlsofsummerGirls of Summer Fan Club
Women can sign up to this exclusive Girls of Summer fan club to receive special offers and tickets for Canadians games. This is the first-ever “female only” baseball fan club in the country. Members will receive….

  • One women’s cut Vancouver Canadians t-shirt
  • A free Grandstand ticket to four select game dates: Tuesday, July 14th, Tuesdays, August 4th, Tuesday, August 11th, & Tuesday, August 18th
  • Invitation to end-of-season party hosted at the Nat
  • Access to Vancouver Canadians Girls of Summer members-only social media forum w/member emails
  • 50% off guest pass with paid registration to the 2009 Ladies Day at the Diamond Baseball Clinic
  • Ladies Day on the Diamond
    The Ladies Day on the Diamond is a full-day workshop and Baseball 101 session on July 25th at the Nat.

    Mommy & Me Hit The Tee
    Just missed this event that took place June 10th but it appears to have been a success. Watch for more opportunities like this is the future.

    Baseball was never a sport that I could get behind until I experienced living within the Red Sox nation in Boston, combined with having the chance to catch games at Nat Bailey stadium back home. Since that time I’ve also married into a Cubs family and the fact that the Boise Hawks (the Chicago Cubs farm team) often play the Canadians is enough to get us both out to the ballpark.

    The Vancouver Canadians have often been gracious enough to provide me with tickets for contest giveaways on my site so I’m happy to support them. It’s always a treat to catch a game at The Nat and I think it’s something that every Vancouverite should experience. Speaking of which, you can still enter to win my Father’s Day prize pack (including 4 Canadians tickets for this Sunday’s game) until the end of today.

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    1. PriscillaTuesday, June 16th, 2009 — 10:37am PDT

      I actually attended the Ladies Day on the Diamond last year and had a GREAT time! Such a fun experience alone or with a group of ladies.

      They teach you everything, starting from the basics and moving to strategic plays. Andy Dunn also did a great piece on the business of baseball. Who knew there was so much to it and the incredible role the Vancouver Canadians play in North American baseball.

      The final game was the best part- they had an announcer doing the play-by-play. I felt like a pro. The day ended off with… you guessed it… hot dogs and pop! So much fun.

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