Roger Clemens: American Baseball Foundation 2014 Banquet Special Guest

Please see summary below, regarding the 2014 American Baseball Foundation’s Annual Banquet:

The American Baseball Foundation Inc. is very pleased to have former MLB pitching great, Roger Clemens, seven-time Cy Young award winner (best pitcher in the league), as the featured speaker for its 13th annual event slated for February 6, 2014 at The Club.

The event, that benefits ABF programs for under-served children, attracts an average of 400 business leaders and their families who enjoy:

  • motivational words of nationally recognized stars
  • MLB signers’ corner in which former stars sign free photos of themselves
  • singular silent auction offering memorabilia of sports greats such as Eddie Lacey and Derek Jeter,
  • live auctions,
  • free raffles of signed sports items
  • client entertainment.

Corporations that donate tables and/or tickets may choose to return the seats and the ABF will fill them with the children from our reading/sports enrichment programs.

Table of eight (Gold Medal Sponsorship, 2 VIP tickets to meet the star, mention on dinner program, seating close to dias):  $1200.00

Individual tickets:  $150.00

All donations are tax deductible excluding the cost of the food at the event

For more information contact:  David Osinski  558-4235; abf@asmi.org; www.americanbaseballfoundation.com

Please see event brochure file below:

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~ by rickwood on September 30, 2013.

One Response to “Roger Clemens: American Baseball Foundation 2014 Banquet Special Guest”

  1. “THE BABE” WILL RETURN TO THE SOUTHLAND ON FEB6TH

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