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Charro Lodge Food Host

One Game Day at The Charro Lodge / $1,500

Provide 400+ bites of food for one game
Provide servers & serving utensils
2 game day PA Announcements
Promo material distribution within the Lodge
Signage in the food service area of the Lodge

Two Game Days at The Charro Lodge / $3,000

Provide 400+ bites of food for two games
Provide servers & serving utensils
Quarter page color ad in Spring Training Magazine
2 game day PA Announcements (4 total)
Promo material distribution within the Lodge
Signage in the food service area of the Lodge

Two Game Days + Advertising / $4,500

Provide 400+ bites of food for two games
Provide servers & serving utensils
Full page color ad in Spring Training Magazine
3′x5′ Stadium Concourse Wall Banner
2 game day PA Announcements (4 total)
Promo material distribution within the Lodge
Signage in the food service area of the Lodge

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Tampa Bay Rays Stadium

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Tampa Bay Rays fans have the luxury of a short trip, a mere 75 miles, to watch their favorite team play its spring training games at Charlotte Sports Park in Port Charlotte, Florida and then travel to St. Petersburg to watch the team battle its American League East foes at Tropicana Field. While visiting this website you can purchase Rays tickets using the button provided to not only secure great seats for any Tampa Bay Rays spring training or regular season game, but contribute to a great charity as well by the name of the Charro Foundation.

The Charro Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization which supports the community, youth, schools and educators in a variety of ways. This organization develops and supports programs that serve to educate and inform – to improve the quality of resources available to the community. Founded in 1961 as a special activity organization of the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce, the Scottsdale Charros are dedicated to serving the community through the promotion and support of education, youth programs and economic development that preserves the past while looking to the future.

Charlotte Sports Park has a seating capacity of 6,823 and has been the spring training home of the Tampa Bay Rays since 2009. The stadium has a Tiki Bar where the adults can hang out during the ballgame and a Kids Clubhouse that provides a perfect, fun environment for the kids. This facility was originally constructed in 1987 with major renovations performed in 2009 for the arrival of the Rays.

Tropicana Field was originally constructed in 1990 as the Florida Suncoast Dome long before the city of St. Petersburg had secured a Major League Baseball franchise. The most noticeable exterior characteristic of the stadium is the slanted roof, specifically designed in that manner to help guard against hurricanes and reduce cooling costs. The four catwalks that hang from the ceiling have created havoc for players over the years and are a huge criticism of the ballpark.

The Charro Foundation has partnered with affiliates and when an individual purchases Rays tickets through this site, he or she will be supporting this great charity. Enjoy America’s pastime and support a great charity in the process by purchasing Rays tickets on this site!

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Tampa Bay Rays Spring Training Tickets

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Fans of the Tampa Bay Rays never have to travel far from St. Petersburg to see their favorite team get ready for the regular season during spring training. The Tampa Bay Rays train at Charlotte Sports Park in Port Charlotte, Florida and have made that stadium its spring training home since 2009. The stadium is a mere 75 miles away from Tropicana Field where the Rays play their regular season ballgames.

Rays tickets for spring training at Charlotte Sports Park can be bought directly through this website with the proceeds assisting an outstanding charity from Scottsdale, Arizona by the name of the Charro Foundation. This charity is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization which works to strengthen the quality of education in the community and create opportunities for both students and educators to make a difference in the lives of the youth of the community. The Charro Foundation also provides funding for several diverse groups of charities and community organizations which share its passion to build a better future for children.

The Tampa Bay Rays trained at Progress Energy Park, home of Al Lang Field from 1998-2008. The franchise moved into Charlotte Sports Park in Port Charlotte, Florida in 2009. The stadium was originally built in 1987 with renovations performed once the Tampa Bay Rays moved into the venue in 2009. The Rays are the only Major League team to use this facility for spring training but the venue is used year-round for concerts, youth sports and other entertainment events.

When a Tampa Bay Rays fan purchases Rays tickets on this site he or she will be contributing to the Charro Foundation and their many charitable activities. This is a great way to enjoy Tampa Bay Rays spring training baseball and support an amazing charity organization at the same time!

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Tampa Bay Rays

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A new era of expansion in Major League Baseball occurred in 1995. That year MLB awarded franchises to Arizona and St. Petersburg, Florida. St. Petersburg had been trying to get a Major League Baseball franchise as far back as the 1960’s. The Florida Suncoast Dome (now Tropicana Field) was even built in 1990 solely for the purpose of luring a franchise to the city. It appeared for a time in 1992 that the San Francisco Giants would move to St. Petersburg. That deal fell through. Fortunately for the Tampa Bay area St. Petersburg was finally successful three years later.

The original name of the team was the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. The team used a devil ray logo on its jerseys and had a tank of cownose rays beyond the outfield of Tropicana Field. Tampa Bay is not the actual city name for the team. It represents the cities of Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater and Bradenton, all which surround a body of water known as Tampa Bay.

The Tampa Bay Devil Rays did not play well at all. The franchise finished in last place in the American League East nine of its first ten seasons in the league and was rarely even close to climbing out of the cellar. Ironically, success on the field came when ownership changed the name of the franchise from the Devil Rays to simply the Rays. The Devil Rays logo was still on the sleeves of the jersey but the logo no longer was the dominant image of the team.

Since the name change the Tampa Bay Rays have won two American League East titles in 2008 and 2010 and captured the AL wild card in 2011. The team was highly successful during its first ever playoffs run in 2008, winning its first American League pennant before losing in its first trip to the World Series.

During the regular season or spring training Tampa Bay Rays fans can purchase Rays tickets through this website and help out a great charity while doing so. The Charro Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization which works to strengthen the quality of education in the community and create opportunities for both students and educators to make a difference in the lives of the youth of the community. Enjoy America’s pastime and support a great charity in the process by purchasing Rays tickets on this website!

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Texas Rangers Ballpark

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The Texas Rangers call two beautiful facilities home, Surprise Stadium in Surprise, Arizona as a member of the Cactus League and Rangers Ballpark in Arlington for the regular season as a member of the American League West. When visiting this website it is possible to buy Rangers tickets for all spring training games while supporting a tremendous charity organization at the same time.

The Charro Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization which supports the community, youth, schools and educators by developing and supporting programs that serve to educate and inform – to improve the quality of resources available to the community. Founded in 1961 as a special activity organization of the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce, the Scottsdale Charros are dedicated to serving the community through the promotion and support of education, youth programs and economic development that preserves the past while looking to the future.

Texas Rangers fans purchasing Rangers spring training tickets on this site not only help the Charro Foundation but gain admission into beautiful Surprise Stadium as well. The facility opened in December 2002 and hosts both the Rangers and the Kansas City Royals. The stadium is a part of Surprise Recreation Campus, a 200 acre facility that also provides residents with a library and tennis courts. The seating capacity of Surprise Stadium is 10,400, the sightlines at this stadium are outstanding and the wide concourses allow fans to easily travel from the concession stands back to their seats.

Rangers Ballpark in Arlington has been the regular season home of the Texas Rangers since 1994. The venue has changed names numerous times over the years. It was called The Ballpark in Arlington from 1994-2004, Ameriquest Field in Arlington from 2004-2006 and Rangers Ballpark in Arlington ever since. The seating capacity of this stadium is 49,170 and was designed with a retro-theme in mind. The design of the upper deck makes it one of the highest of all MLB stadiums. Greene’s Hill is a sloped area of turf behind center field that serves as a batter’s eye for hitters due to contrast in color to the baseball.

The Charro Foundation has partnered with affiliates and when a fan purchases Rangers tickets through this site he or she will be supporting this great charity and Texas Rangers baseball!

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Texas Rangers Spring Training Tickets

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The Texas Rangers do not have to travel far when spring training arrives. The Texas Rangers play their spring training games at Surprise Stadium in Surprise, Arizona, a city that is growing rapidly located just to the west of Phoenix. Texas Rangers fans planning on making the trip to Arizona or Rangers fans that already live in Arizona can purchase their Rangers tickets for all spring training games at Surprise Stadium from this website and help support a charity organization based in Scottsdale, Arizona at the same time.

The name of this organization is the Charro Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization which works to strengthen the quality of education in the community and create opportunities for both students and educators to make a difference in the lives of the youth of the community. The mission of the Charro Foundation is to promote education through scholarships, youth development and sports in the community. The Foundation proudly supports this mission by developing programs through collaborative partnerships with community organizations.

People that purchase Rangers tickets on this site have the advantage of supporting this organization while enjoying great Texas Rangers spring training baseball at Surprise Stadium. This stadium officially opened in December 2002 and plays host to the Kansas City Royals of the American League Central as well. Texas Rangers fans that have visited Rangers Ballpark in Arlington will immediately notice some similarities between the two facilities.

Surprise Stadium is a part of Surprise Recreation Campus, a 200 acre facility that includes Surprise Stadium, tennis facilities and other facilities for recreational purposes. This center was a tremendous addition to the city of Surprise and is the centerpiece of its growing community.

When anyone purchases Rangers tickets through this process he or she will be contributing to the Charro Foundation and their many charitable activities. Enjoy America’s pastime and support a great charity in the process by purchasing Texas Rangers spring training tickets on this website!

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St Louis Cardinals Stadium

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St. Louis Cardinals fans have the fortune of watching their favorite MLB team play in two outstanding venues, Roger Dean Stadium of the Grapefruit League during spring training and the new Busch Stadium during the 81 home games of the regular season. When visiting this website fans may purchase Cardinals tickets for any spring training or regular season St. Louis Cardinals game and contribute to a tremendous charity at the same time.

That charity organization is named the Charro Foundation. The foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization which supports the community, youth, schools and educators in a variety of ways. This organization develops and supports programs that serve to educate, inform and improve the quality of resources available to the community.

When spring arrives and it time to prepare for the regular season the St. Louis Cardinals travel to Jupiter, Florida. Roger Dean Stadium is where the Cardinals play their spring training games to a regularly packed house of 6,806 fans. The team shares this venue with the Florida Marlins and moved to the facility in 1998. The franchise has also trained at classic Grapefruit League ballparks such as McKechnie Field and Al Lang Field. The palm trees, flowers and spacious walkways that lead into Roger Dean Stadium set the table for the beautiful, intimate ballpark inside. The bullpen is practically within an arm’s reach of the fans, giving children plenty of opportunities for autographs.

Once the regular season begins the St. Louis Cardinals move to Busch Stadium. This is the third Busch Stadium in the team’s history with the first venue being the home of the St. Louis Cardinals from 1953-1966 and the second stadium from 1966-2005. The second Busch Stadium was named Busch Memorial Stadium from 1966-1982. The stadium has a seating capacity of 43,975 that can expand to 46,861 when the team decides to open a game up to standing room only fans. “New Busch Stadium” or “Busch Stadium III” was designed with the retro-classic theme in mind and offers a beautiful panoramic view of the downtown skyline. Many fans love to enter through Gate 3 of Busch Stadium as there is a bridge there that resembles the Eads Bridge arching over the entrance to that side of the stadium. Fans are greeted by a bronze statue of Stan “The Man” Musial” at the same entrance.

When a St. Louis Cardinals fan purchases Cardinals tickets on this site he or she will be contributing to the Charro Foundation and their many charitable activities. Enjoy America’s pastime and support a great charity in the process by purchasing Cardinals tickets on this website!

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St Louis Cardinals Spring Training Tickets

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St. Louis Cardinals fans are extremely supportive of the team with many of them making the annual trip to Jupiter, Florida to watch the team as they prepare for the regular season during spring training. The Cardinals moved to Jupiter in 1998 after training in St. Petersburg, Florida from 1938-1997.

The name of the stadium where the St. Louis Cardinals play their spring training games is Roger Dean Stadium. St. Louis Cardinals fans can purchase Cardinals tickets directly through this website for all St. Louis Cardinals spring training ballgames. Purchases made in this manner also benefit a tremendous charity by the name of the Charro Foundation.

The Charro Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization which works to strengthen the quality of education in the community and create opportunities for both students and educators to make a difference in the lives of the youth of the community. The Charro Foundation provides scholarship funds to high school seniors pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Education as well as teachers wishing to obtain their Master’s degree in Education.

The St. Louis Cardinals share Roger Dean Stadium with the Florida Marlins during spring training. This venue is the only stadium of the Grapefruit League that hosts two different Major League Baseball teams during the spring training season. The popularity of the St. Louis Cardinals makes this team an outstanding draw for this intimate facility. Roger Dean Stadium is a great place to bring the whole family and give children an opportunity to see their favorite ballplayers up close while enjoying the beautiful spring climate of Florida.

6,806 St. Louis Cardinals fans have an opportunity to see their team during every spring training game at Roger Dean Stadium. Fans visiting this site can purchase Cardinals tickets using the button provided and not only support the St. Louis Cardinals but support the Charro Foundation and its outstanding charity work in the process!

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Toronto Blue Jays Stadium

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The Toronto Blue Jays play both their spring training and regular season games at venues that have a long history and a lot of tradition. The Blue Jays conduct their spring training activities at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium in Dunedin, Florida and regular season games are played at Rogers Centre in Toronto. This website allows all Toronto Blue Jays fans the opportunity to purchase Blue Jays tickets and contribute to a great charity at the same time.

The Charro Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization which supports the community, youth, schools and educators in a variety of ways. The organization develops and supports programs that serve to educate, inform and improve the quality of resources available to the community. Founded in 1961 as a special activity organization of the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce, the Scottsdale Charros are dedicated to serving the community through the promotion and support of education, youth programs, and economic development that preserves the past while looking to the future.

When Blue Jays fans watch a ballgame at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium they know they are at a stadium that has a true passion for the team it hosts. The Toronto Blue Jays have been training at this facility during spring training since it first became a MLB franchise. The seating capacity of 5,510 people drives home the idea of intimacy, but the stadium is far from being antiquated. The facility pays homage to the history of the franchise with memorabilia throughout the ballpark and both National Anthems from the United States and Canada are sung before each game, just as is tradition at the Rogers Centre in Canada.

The Rogers Centre was known for years as the SkyDome. This venue was way ahead of its time when it first opened in 1989, having the first fully retractable motorized roof and over $5 million worth of art. A hotel with 348 rooms is attached to the Rogers Centre with seventy of the rooms overlooking the field.

When anyone purchases Blue Jays tickets using this button on this page he or she will be contributing to the Charro Foundation and their many charitable activities. Enjoy great Toronto Blue Jays baseball at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium or the Rogers Centre with the knowledge that the Blue Jays ticket purchase helped support the work of the Charro Foundation!

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Toronto Blue Jays Spring Training Tickets

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Some baseball fans may find it ironic that the one Major League Baseball team from outside the United States plays in one of the spring training stadiums with perhaps the most tradition. Florida Auto Exchange Stadium has played host to the Toronto Blue Jays since the franchise first became a member of the Big Leagues in 1977. Florida may be miles away from Canada but that has not stopped the home of Blue Jays spring training from being packed with loyal fans every year.

Toronto Blue Jays fans that are visiting this website can purchase Blue Jays tickets for any spring training home game at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium. Blue Jays ticket purchases made in this manner help support a great charity based in Scottsdale, Arizona by the name of the Charro Foundation.

The Charro Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization which works to strengthen the quality of education in the community and create opportunities for both students and educators to make a difference in the lives of the youth of the community. The Charro Foundation provides scholarship funds to high school seniors pursuing a Bachelor’s in Education as well as teachers wishing to obtain their Master’s degree in Education.

Fans that travel to Dunedin, Florida to watch their favorite team will really enjoy the small town, intimate atmosphere of both the city and the stadium. Florida Auto Exchange Stadium has a seating capacity of just 5,510. Some people view a smaller stadium as a negative. In reality this creates a wonderful, intimate atmosphere and allows Blue Jays fans an opportunity to watch a ballgame close to the actual ballplayers. Fans will immediately understand why Baseball America once named this stadium as “One of the Top Five Spring Training Stadiums to Watch a Game”.

The Charro Foundation has partnered with affiliates and when an individual purchases Blue Jays tickets through this site he or she will be supporting the many great charitable endeavors of this association!

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