Birmingham Baron's fans will have the chance to win $50,000 if a Barons player hits the target on the VisionFirst Home Run Porch. The target is an eyeball that'll be on display all season long. If a Barons player hits the target on a home run, one lucky fan will take home the grand prize.
Fans must submit entries at Regions Field with an opportunity to donate to three charities as part of the VisionFirst promotion. The charities are Camp Smile-a- Mile, Lakeshore Foundation and Better Basics. Additionally, VisionFirst will donate $100 for every Barons home run at Regions Field.
"How excited we at VisionFirst are to be partnering with the Barons for the inaugural season at the new Regions Field," says Dr. Mark Bearman, ophthalmologist at VisionFirst Eye Center. "Fans of the ballpark will be drawn to the VisionFirst Home Run Porch and the great activities that will be offered there. We have an exciting and novel promotion planned for the season, which will benefit three wonderful area charities. One lucky fan may go home $50,000 richer!"
"One of the great characteristics of Regions Field is offering close and unique seating areas throughout the ballpark," said Barons General Manager Jonathan Nelson. "The VisionFirst Home Run Porch not only allows fans to enjoy a Barons game up close but also provides close access to al of our family attractions in left field. We are proud to partner with VisionFirst in their sponsorship of the Home Run Porch."
The 2013 Birmingham Barons will play their home opener at Regions Field on Wednesday, April 10th against the Mississippi Braves, Double-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.
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