Early bird offer for Fantasy Camp
News from the Brewers:
The Milwaukee Brewers will host their annual Fantasy Camp from January 29 – February 5, 2012 in Phoenix at Maryvale Baseball Park, the Spring Training home of the Milwaukee Brewers. Brewers Fantasy camp allows fans to live out their dreams of playing in the Big Leagues and work, play and live like a Major Leaguer.
Registration for Brewers Fantasy Camp is open now and includes round trip coach airfare from Milwaukee to Phoenix along with hotel accommodations (double occupancy). Participants also will receive a personalized, authentic Brewers uniform and batting practice top.
Campers will participate in daily baseball drills under the instruction of a number of Brewers legends including Jim Gantner, Gorman Thomas, Greg Vaughn, Dale Sveum, Jerry Augustine and Ed Sedar. In addition, two games will be played each day at Maryvale Baseball Park. A daily newsletter will be handed out with player stats and other information and a nightly happy hour and Q&A session with the coaches will conclude each day.
Also included in the package is a daily hot breakfast at the hotel, catered lunch each afternoon in the clubhouse, care from a professional clubhouse staff and athletic trainers, a professional massage therapist and a farewell awards banquet. Participants will also be introduced prior to a Brewers 2012 home game and will be invited to play a game at Miller Park during the summer of 2012.
Packages are $3,999 for each player and camp is open to men and women over 30. Fans can register online at brewers.com/fantasycamp or call 262-679-3612 for more information. The first ten registrants who sign up between now and December 15 will receive a VIP baseball package that will include four Loge Level tickets, a visit to the field during batting practice and the opportunity to watch Bill Schroeder and Brian Anderson broadcast an inning of a Brewers game in the FS Wisconsin broadcast booth, good for a mutually agreed upon game, not including Opening Day.
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