PRESS RELEASE – MKE Sports & Entertainment is excited to unveil the new website for the Kokomo Jackrabbits, www.KokomoJackrabbits.com.
“Our goal with this new website is to provide fans an easier way to buy game tickets, shop for merchandise and learn about the new Kokomo Jackrabbits team,” said MKE Sports & Entertainment VP of Operations Dan Kuenzi. “We will be constantly updating our content with helpful information, articles, pictures and more.”
Here are three things you’ll love about the new KokomoJackrabbits.com right now:
Tickets – Season, Half-Season, Weekend, Group, and special **7-Game ticket packages are on sale now at KokomoJackrabbits.com.
The 7-Game Ticket Package features a Kokomo Jackrabbits commemorative hat, along with guaranteed giveaway items (to be announced soon) and a flexible ticket exchange policy for only $63 (Dugout Reserved seats) or $91 (Home Plate Reserved seats). For only $42 more, ($105 Dugout Reserved w food) or ($133 Home Plate Reserved with food) enjoy unlimited ballpark food, which includes water or soda, one hour prior to the game.
**A limited number of 7-Game packages are available so get yours today by calling 414.224.9283, email email@example.com or visit KokomoJackrabbits.com for more information.
Single-Game Tickets will be available soon.
Game Themes – Experience baseball like never before and learn about the ten different themed home stands throughout the Kokomo Jackrabbits inaugural season. We will be taking the game to the outrageous level in the stands and on the field with big prize giveaways, great music, goofy entertainment, outstanding food and so much more! Its family fun entertainment at it’s best!
Schedule – The 2015 Jackrabbits schedule features a number of weekend games for Kokomo-area baseball fans to enjoy, including five Friday (7:05pm) home games, five Saturday (7:05pm) home games and six Sunday (3:05pm) home games. Get Jacked for Wednesday and Thursday Night Baseball this season as four Wednesday (6:35pm) home games and seven Thursday (6:35pm) home games will bring the Prospect League’s best to Kokomo Municipal Stadium.
When you have a few minutes, please review the new site. You will feel the excitement of the inaugural Kokomo Jackrabbits season. We’d appreciate hearing how the new site experience is for you and how we can continue to improve KokomoJackrabbits.com. For questions, comments or other inquiries, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MKE Sports & Entertainment:
MKE Sports & Entertainment owns and operates professional sports team, sports complexes, and other entertainment entities in the Midwest including The Rock Sports Complex in Milwaukee, the Milwaukee Wave Professional Soccer Team playing in the Major Arena Soccer League, the Rockford Aviators Baseball team (Rockford, IL) playing in the Frontier League, the Kokomo Jackrabbits Baseball team (Kokomo, Indiana) and Jamestown Jammers Baseball team (Jamestown, NY) playing in the Prospect League. For even more information about MKE Sports & Entertainment and everything we do visit MKESports.com.
The Prospect League was founded in 1963 – known as The Central Illinois Collegiate League until merging in 2009 – and is one of the longest continuously operating, independent, summer collegiate baseball leagues in the country. With the addition of Jamestown, NY the Prospect League will have 12 teams competing in a seven state region: Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and New York. Visit ProspectLeague.com for more information.
City of Kokomo, Indiana:
Kokomo, Indiana is located fifty miles north of Indianapolis, easily reached by U.S. 31. Kokomo is known as the City of Firsts thanks to its world-renowned automotive heritage, which includes America’s First Car produced by Elwood Haynes in 1894, and later, the Apperson Jackrabbit Automobile. Kokomo’s historic downtown offers a wide variety of interesting attractions. Along the Kokomo Municipal Stadium outfield wall is the Wildcat Creek Walk of Excellence, which connects the ballpark to the greater downtown area where you will find an array of restaurants and retail shops. Downtown Kokomo hosts a farmers’ market in its Historic Depot District and free, summertime open-air concerts in Foster Park’s Kokomo Arts Pavilion. Visit CityofKokomo.org for more information.