Attention, Yankees fans! Your child can win a once-in-a-lifetime experience to visit the Yankees dugout during batting practice before the game on June 25, 2010 from P.C. Richard & Son! A Yankees representative will meet your child and escort him/her to the dugout for a tour, take pictures, and potentially meet some of the team. They will receive baseballs and pens and wait for the players to come in and out of the dugout for autographs. Bring your camera, as the representative will capture the entire dugout experience in photos. Once the dugout visit is over, you, your child, and 2 friends or family members will receive tickets to the game that same day! Last year, 7-year-old winner Enzo had a great time with the team.
To enter, visit any participating P.C. Richard & Son Superstore in NY, NJ and CT for your chance to win. Please call ahead to be sure your favorite showroom is participating.
Rules & Restrictions
The parent or guardian of the child must be 18 years of age or older and be present during the entire experience at Yankee Stadium. Winners MUST first come to the P.C. Richard & Son headquarters in Farmingdale to sign a waiver that will allow them to attend the dugout visit. Your child cannot attend without this waiver.
Only ONE child will be allowed in the Yankees dugout and must be between the ages of 7 and 14. They will receive a 30 minute supervised dugout visit during the time when batting/infield practice is generally scheduled to take place. Parents must take their child to meet their Yankees representative inside the New York Yankees Offices lobby and MUST arrive at 10:45AM sharp. If you arrive late, there are no guarantees that the Yankees representative will be able to accommodate your child and allow him/her into the dugout. You will be notified if your arrival time changes. No parents or guardians will be permitted to the dugout. No exceptions. Parents or guardians must wait in the lobby until the child’s dugout visit is over.
Your child can bring the following memorabilia (within reason) to be signed: player photographs, baseballs, player trading cards, and shirts or jerseys. Bats are prohibited. There are no guarantees that the players will sign autographs. There is a chance that they can meet the players and coaches and potentially get memorabilia signed, but it is not guaranteed.
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