Sea Dogs Souvenir Store to Aid Local Non-Profits

PRESS RELEASE – The Portland Sea Dogs, Double-A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, have partnered with five local non-profit organizations to aid the organizations in their fund raising efforts.  The Sea Dogs team store fund raising program will donate 10% of weekly sales back to local non-profit organizations. 

The first five weeks in 2010 will be non-profit weeks at the Sea Dogs Souvenir Store located at Hadlock Field.  Each non-profit organization has been assigned a week, the Sea Dogs will donate 10% of the weeks’ souvenir store sales back to the non-profit organization. 

The Sea Dogs will work with the following non-profit organizations during the programs’ inaugural campaign in 2010; The Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland, Youth Alternatives Ingraham, Maine Children’s Cancer Program, Susan Curtis Foundation, and STRIVE.  The Sea Dogs team store fund raising program is a great way for fans to support its local non-profits and get some great Sea Dogs gear. 

The Sea Dogs Souvenir Store is open Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM during the team store fund raising campaign.  Only in store sales are eligible for the program, online sales are not included in the fund raising campaign. 

Supporters of the various organizations are encouraged to visit the Sea Dogs Souvenir Shop during their designated week. 

Organization Designated Week/ Hours
Animal Refuge League  Tuesday, January 5- Friday, January 8 10:00-5:00 PM
Youth Alternatives Ingraham Tuesday, January 12- Friday, January 15 10:00-5:00 PM
Maine Children’s Cancer Program Tuesday, January 19- Friday, January 22 10:00-5:00 PM
Susan L. Curtis Foundation Tuesday, January 26- Friday, January 29 10:00-5:00 PM
STRIVE Tuesday, February 2- Friday, February 5 10:00-5:00 PM

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