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Kids join Crash’s Kids Club!

This season I thought I’d set the kids up with a little treat, and enter them in Crash’s Kids Club. Crash, the mascot for the West Michigan Whitecaps, is always very popular at the ballpark. Brian, especially, really gets a thrill out of a simple ‘high-five’ from the gigantic river rascal. The kids club isn’t a bad deal, though, even for a family who makes only a handful of game during the season. For only $25 per kid, they get a t-shirt, a Kids Club certificate, express lane to run the bases at every Sunday game, and free tickets to every Sunday game. They also have a chance to be randomly selected to do things like throw out the first pitch or watch an inning from the dugout. The younger ones will also have a chance to hang out this the PBS kids characters before some of the games (like Clifford and Curious George…two of Brian’s favorites!). It almost pays for itself, though, if we make it to even a couple of Sunday games and with the t-shirts. Of course the kids had to try them on after the packages came in the mail yesterday. But…does it look like ANY of them could act normal for a photo? Of course not, just as goofy as they can be. Oh, well, that’s the way kids are supposed to act, isn’t it? Other than Lily and Trevor giggling like Beavis and Butthead at the name of the sporting goods store….

Promotion courtesy of the West Michigan Whitecaps

Photos property of M.I.B.

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3 responses

  1. Sounds like a good deal. Any chance I could pull off a membership? Been wanting to do that run the bases thing for the longest.
    –Jeff

  2. I agree, goofy should definitely be the norm at that age. They look so excited, it’s neat to see.
    — Kristen

  3. Jeff-yeah, there should be no age requirements for us kids, I wouldn’t mind throwing out a first pitch either!
    Kristen-they are pretty excited, our first game is April 11. And you have no idea just how silly these three can get!
    –Mike

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