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 […]
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We have two tickets for tonight’s Vancouver Canadians game but we’re unable to attend. If you are free to go watch them take on the Everett Aquasox at 7:05pm and can meet me this afternoon to pick them up, they’re yours. Just leave a comment on this post and I’ll do the draw around 4:00pm […]
It’s a pretty rare thing these days to have a sporting venue named after an actual person and not a car manufacturer, internet company or soft drink, but what makes Nat Bailey more than a baseball stadium and the namesake of a Pale Ale at White Spot? 1956 President of the Junior Chamber of Commerce […]
We had a great time last night even though our team lost 10-4. The Canadians organization went all out to make this event a big splash and I believe they were successful. To start, the national anthem was sung by none other than Mark Donnelly – he’s who John and I call “Opera Man” and […]
Last summer I took in my first game *ever* at Nat Bailey Stadium. Being a born and raised local that might come as a surprise although our little ballpark, neatly tucked away just south of downtown near Queen Elizabeth Park is lesser-known that I realized. It all starts with White Spot, really. Home of the […]