This event allows spectators to purchase and assign “bad” pop culture songs to players as they go to bat.
Attendees of the Friday, July 31 game will have the opportunity to purchase from a list of tunes for both the Fresno Grizzlies and the Reno Aces
Proceeds go to the non-profit, which provides a home-away-from-home for families while their child receives treatment at an area hospital.
“We’re excited to partner with the Reno Aces to offer this promotion to fans a second time,” said Marty Ozer, executive director of RMHC® Northern Nevada. “Given how quickly songs sold out last year, we’re excited that both teams are willing to endure cringe-inducing tunes before swinging and anticipate people will have even more fun this go around.”
Bad Songs for a Good Cause has a list of pre-selected songs for $10 per song, per at-bat session. Spectators are able to select songs of their own choosing for $20 per song, per at-bat. Songs from last year will be carried over, including “Friday” by Rebecca Black and “Physical” by Olivia Newton John.
“Aces games are perfect opportunities for family togetherness, something we believe absolutely crucial to a child’s health,” said Ozer. “This promotion is a fun way for families to help those who are currently experience the stresses that come with a child being sick in the hospital.”
Tickets to the game can be purchased at www.renoaces.com.
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