More Information about Kenosha Baseball Launch Party Released

Kenosha, WI – November 7, 2013. The Kenosha Baseball Club is excited to announce the food and beverage menu for the November 23 Launch Party. 

The team also cordially invites the community to attend a free Hot Dog Drive-In on Thursday, November 21 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Historic Simmons Field. 

The Kenosha Baseball Launch Party is set for Saturday, November 23 at 1 p.m. at Historic Simmons Field. The name and logo of the team will be unveiled and fans will get a first look at the newly renovated Historic Simmons Field. Free ballpark food and beverage are included and Kenosha Baseball's Executive Chef will be preparing a homemade chili and gourmet hot chocolate to keep fans warm on this late fall day. The menu will also feature traditional ballpark food, including hamburgers, hot dogs, brats, chips, soda and water. 

Kenosha, WI is home to many great drive-in restaurants and the Kenosha Baseball Club plans to add a little flavor of its own on Thursday, November 21. The local community is invited to join the team for a free Hot Dog Drive-In from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Historic Simmons Field. The team plans to serve complimentary hot dogs, chips, soda and water to fans at they drive thru the parking lot just off Sheridan Road. Fans can enjoy a free ballpark style lunch on the go as they gear up for the Launch Party on November 23. 

The Launch Party will also be fans first chance to meet Kenosha Baseball's new field manager. The event will feature live music entertainment, kids activities and stadium tours throughout the afternoon event. Kenosha Baseball plans to release several more details in the weeks leading up to the event as plans are finalized. 

An RSVP is NOT required to attend the Launch Party. However, if you do send an RSVP to you register for the chance to win a pair of 2014 season tickets. For more information on the Kenosha Baseball Launch Party of Kenosha Baseball, please contact Jake McGhee at 262-653-0900 or 

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