FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – May 11, 2016
Victoria, B.C- The Victoria HarbourCats, Wilson’s Transportation and Flight Centre have combined to offer fans an exciting opportunity to travel to Seattle to watch the Toronto Blue Jays and Seattle Mariners series at Safeco Field on September 19-21, while spending two nights at Tulalip Resort and Casino.
Cost of the trip package is $689 per person based on double occupancy, and includes:
The trip is another unique opportunity put on by the HarbourCats just months after the club took dozens of Victoria-based fans to Arizona for a week of spring training in Phoenix, AZ where they were hosted by former major league player, Victoria native Steve Sinclair.
This is a great opportunity for fans of Canada’s lone major league club to see their team in person while enjoying the company of other loyal HarbourCats fans and members of the HarbourCats ownership and front office. All at a time when the Blue Jays are likely to be in the midst of an exciting pennant race.
Space is limited for the Seattle trip, and those interested are encouraged to register quickly. Contact Carey Shelby at Flight Centre (250-727-3159 or email@example.com) or Brittany French, Assistant GM of the HarbourCats, at 778-265-0327 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register or for more information.
SEASON TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE
HarbourCats season tickets are continuing to sell quickly and sales of 10-packs and single-game tickets are progressing at a brisk rate. Fans are encouraged to secure your seats as soon as possible as selection continues to become increasingly limited as the season approaches.
2016 is the fourth season of HarbourCats baseball in Victoria, dubbed the ‘Grand Slam Season’. We look to kick it off with a blast on June 7 with the Opening Night ‘Drive for 5,000’ featuring Krazy George, and tickets for that game are going fast.
Tickets for June 7 are available here– http://www.ticketrocket.co/event/details/83329/victoria-harbourcats-vs-wenatchee-applesox
“We are extremely excited about 2016, our fourth season in Victoria,” said Brad Norris-Jones. “With the season so close, tickets have been selling very quickly, so we recommend that you act fast to secure your seats and make sure you are a part of our grand slam season. For opening night, most of the grandstand is already sold out.”
To buy season tickets, call the office (778-265-0327) or stop in at 101-1814 Vancouver Street.
The team office at 1814 Vancouver Street (across from RAP) has returned to in-season hours. Assistant GM Brittany French is in the office and ready to assist fans with all ticket purchasing and can take care of any other requests and questions fans may have.
MONDAY-FRIDAY – 9:00am-5:00pm
SATURDAY – 10:00am-4:00pm
SUNDAY – 12:000-4:00pm