BECOME A MEMBER OF THE BEES TEAM AND GET GREAT BENEFITS!
(New Britain, Conn., December 1, 2016) – The New Britain Bees today announced that the team is seeking members of the Central Connecticut community that are interested in becoming host families for Bees players during 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 during the 2017 season.
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. A complete list of frequently asked questions, as well as additional information about the Bees’ host family program, can be found by clicking here
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
About the New Britain Bees
The New Britain Bees are members of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, playing all home games at New Britain Stadium. Season Tickets and Mini-Plans for the 2017 season are available by calling 860-826-BEES (2337), online at NBBees.com, or by visiting the New Britain Bees’ Front Office.
About the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball (ALPB)
The Atlantic League has been a leader in professional baseball and a gateway to Major League Baseball since 1998. Over 36 million fans have attended Atlantic League games and more than 800 players and 50 managers and coaches have joined MLB organizations directly from the ALPB. The Atlantic League emphasizes winning baseball games, showcasing the talent of top-caliber players and offering affordable family entertainment to metropolitan markets serving nearly 15% of the US population.