The Kansas City T-Bones have updated the “Li’l Chops Kids Club” for the 2013 season.
Among the exclusive benefits for kids 12 and under this season: a Li’l Chops T-shirt and temporary tattoos, a chance to throw out a first pitch or announce “Play Ball!” before a game, free admission to every Sunday home game plus the Wednesday, July 3 game, with post-game fireworks, and a 20 percent discount on kids’ merchandise at the Meat Locker team store at CommunityAmerica Ballpark. Additionally, there will be two “special events” nights, June 23 and Aug. 11, when Li’l Chops members will get a tour of CommunityAmerica Ballpark, watch batting practice, and have a chance to meet the T-Bones players.
“We’re excited about the changes we’ve made to the Li’l Chops Kids Club for 2013,” said Emily Hoskins, the T-Bones director of promotions. “Obviously kids are a huge part of what we do on game days at CommunityAmerica Ballpark, and Li’l Chops is another way kids can enjoy the experience of being T-Bones fans, whether they’re at the park or not.”
The cost of membership has decreased from $20.95 to $15.
The club is presented by the Midwest Dairy Association
For more information about the Li’l Chops Kids Club, visit www.tbonesbaseball.com.
The T-Bones open the regular season on May 16 at Wichita, with the home opener on Saturday, May 18, at CommunityAmerica Ballpark in Kansas City, Kan., against Wichita.
- Story from T-Bones