San Francisco Giants Fantasy Senior Baseball Tournament Comes to Fresno with Supplement and Food Industry Vendors

(Fresno, CA) May 28, 2003 – Baker-Dillon Public Relations, a leading supplement and sports industry marketing firm announced it organized The San Francisco Giants Fantasy Senior Baseball Tournament featuring representatives from the Major League Baseball fantasy camps of the San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers, Oakland A’s, San Diego Padres and California Angels.

The three-day, nine game event taking place June 6-8 in Fresno, is co-sponsored with AlphaGraphics of Clovis, CA, who also created the event theme and logo—“Field of Screams.” Other Fresno area organizations participating include Sam’s Luggage, Fresno Grizzlies and the Red Owl Group, an advertising specialties company.

Every summer, approximately six baseball tournaments are held throughout California. The new home of the Fresno Grizzlies, the Triple A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants, was the second tournament stop and site of the newest summer fantasy venue.

The weekend includes a player dinner at the Stadium’s 600 Club and attendance by all baseball players and event representatives. For the Fresno tournament, players and other event participants received a travel tote bag filled with an assortment of supplement and food merchandise. A list of participating companies included Wisdom Herbs, SG Naturals, Clif Bar, Sun-Maid Raisins, Kemin Foods, Health Plus, Inc., Joseph’s Lite Cookies, Eternal Natural Artesian Water from New Zealand, SnackMasters Beef Jerky, Lamas Botanicals, SleepWorks, Ridgecrest Herbals, Pita Snax, Grandpa Po’s Originals, The Republic of Tea, Balance Bar, Pavich Organic, Valley Fig Growers, Rembrandt Toothpaste, David’s a division of Con Agra, DeBas Chocolate and the San Francisco Giants.

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