Become a Bees Host Family in 2017!
The New Britain Bees are seeking members of the Central Connecticut community that are interested in becoming host families for Bees players for the upcoming 2017 baseball season.
Hosting a Bee is the perfect opportunity for fans to get involved with the team. The experience provides families with the chance to get to know a professional athlete and develop an everlasting bond. In addition, each host family will receive exclusive benefits not available to the general public.
Becoming a Bees Host Family is easy! The only requirements for host families to provide are:
A private bedroom for the player
Use of a bathroom and kitchen
Any other amenities that you are willing and able to offer will be greatly appreciated by your player and the team. If you are interested in becoming a host family or if you are a landlord with available properties, please call 860-826-BEES (2337) or email Allison Farrell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is a Host Family?
A host family is somebody who is willing to open their home to one or more New Britain Bees baseball players. Host families either offer free room and board or do not offer more than $250 a month for a player. Players arrive at the beginning of April and leave at the end of September.
2. What do I need to be a host family?
A player needs a bed to sleep and access to a bathroom. We also ask that the players have access to a kitchen and a place to park their cars. Other amenities that are at the discretion of the home owner would include washer and dryer and WIFI.
3. What do I receive in return?
We offer a wide variety of exclusive benefits to our host families. Each host family receives different benefits based on their needs.
4. Can I establish my own rules?
Absolutely! This is your home, your rules.
5. Do I need to provide meals for the players?
You are not required to provide meals or food.
6. Will they have their own car?
Some players will have cars, but not all
7. Anything else I should know?
These are professional athletes ranging from 22-40 years old. Games do get over about 10pm and will be returning home after that. Seventy games will be played on the road this summer. They will be returning home late from their road trips.