The sales department at FSN WEST and FSN PRIME TICKET aims to hit one out of the park for every partner, every time. This summer, several promotional campaigns brought the ballpark to the amusement park, and back around:
Universal Studios Hollywood partnered with the Los Angeles Dodgers and FSN PRIME TICKET for the “Hit A Homer” promotion. Tied to the launch of the new action-packed Simpsons theme park attraction, when a Dodger hit a “Homer” during the 5th inning of a home game in July, kids aged 15 and under in attendance get into Universal Studios Hollywood free with each adult paid admission.
THE RIDE THAT’S A GAME AND GAME THAT’S A RIDE
“Dodgers Live” reporter Steve Lyons, along with Los Angeles Dodgers Joe Biemel and Blake DeWitt, had a blast at the newest attraction at Disneyland Resort in June. The three battled it out on “Toy Story Mania”, the ride that’s a game and a game that’s a ride. It was announced on Friday, June 27 on “Dodgers Live” that DeWitt was the top spring-action shooter, and a family four-pack Disneyland vacation package was awarded to the grand prize winner who correctly identified the winner via email.
FIELD OF DREAMS, TIMES TWO
For the “Ballpark Big Shots” sweepstakes, FSN WEST/PRIME TICKET viewers are directed to participating Southern California AMPM locations for a chance to win memorable baseball experiences and great prizes. Fans can enter online at www.ampm.com/baseball , too. “Ballpark Big Shots” ends August 13, gives fans a chance to win tickets and merchandise, and
Meanwhile, Subway collaborated with the Angels and FSN WEST to create the ultimate sweepstakes for all die-hard Angels fans. “One ANGELic Night” offered one lucky grand prize winner the complete VIP treatment at a 2008 Angels game.
FSN WEST, FSN PRIME TICKET and the American Red Cross, along with the Angels and Dodgers, teamed up for the 10th annual Freeway Series Blood Drive. Red Cross collected 600 pints of blood during the event, which is equal to saving nearly 1,800 lives.