Associa Gulf Coast, an Associa company, welcomes the Boston Red Sox to Fort Myers for spring training. Associa Gulf Coast helped sponsor the annual open house event on Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013, and will participate in two more events with the baseball club.
“It’s important to be a partner in our community,” said Associa Gulf Coast President and CEO Wendy Murray. “The Red Sox open house is a great opportunity to experience the behind-the-scenes of the baseball stadium and Red Sox baseball.”
The free event let fans walk around JetBlue Park while enjoying concessions and entertainment. Attendees could get player autographs, participate in tours of the stadium, take photos with the Green Monster and assist with a blood drive. The open house also allowed children to play inflatable tee ball, jump around in a bounce house, pet animals in the petting zoo and get their face painted.
A provider of Fort Myers association management, AGC will take part in two more events with the Red Sox during spring training. AGC will attend the March 5 exhibition game against Team Puerto Rico and the March 23 pre-season game against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Attendees can visit the AGC exhibit booth and meet the staff, as well as Scout, the Associa Supports Kids mascot.
Associa Gulf Coast provides community association management and developer services to Southwest Florida. Its sole focus has been to deliver services that enrich communities and enhance the lives of the people it serves.
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