Host committee launches National Baseball Championship
Baseball Canada – Regina, SK (July 5, 2016) – On behalf of the Regina Optimist Baseball Association Inc., the host committee for the Baseball Canada U21 Junior National Baseball Championship would like to invite you to the kickoff media event. (Photo and video opportunity available).
WHO: Regina Optimist Baseball Association Inc./Baseball Canada U21 Junior National Baseball Championship Host committee.
WHAT: 2016 Kickoff Media Event for Baseball Canada U21 National Championship & Ethan’s story.
WHEN: Thursday July 7, 2016 at 10 a.m.
WHERE: Travelodge South Albert – Cambridge Room
DETAILS: Regina has been selected as the host for the 2016 U21 Junior National Baseball Championship. Details about the event and the activities will be shared. As well, meet 11-year-old Ethan Perron, from Regina, Last year he was chosen to be Team Quebec’s, the 2015 champions, bat boy. Hear how his experience on the team changed his life. Interviews with host committee and Ethan will be made available. Refreshments included.
For media inquiries contact:
2016 Baseball Canada U21 Junior National Championship
About Regina Optimist Baseball Association Inc.
The Regina Optimist Club has over 50 years of dedicated support to minor baseball and has hosted tournaments of all descriptions for leagues playing out of the park. These tournaments included Saskatchewan Baseball Association Senior Men’s Provincial and Midget AA and AAA League, Provincial, and Western Canada Championships culminating in 2011 with the prestigious Baseball Canada National Midget AAA Championship.
About Tourism Regina
Tourism Regina, an industry sector of Economic Development Regina Inc. (EDR), is the official destination marketing organization representing Regina and region. It works in collaboration with the Regina region’s tourism sector and industry partners to promote and enhance Regina as a destination experience. It also encourages the growth of the region’s tourism industry through the retention and development of attractions. The Tourism Division attracts visitors to explore Regina’s leisure, business and special event tourism, which account for $339 million of the regional economy.