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ThunderBolts Group Outings Available Now

Crestwood, IL – The Windy City ThunderBolts are once again offering a great lineup of group packages for the 2007 season. Groups can have a fun night out at Hawk Ford Field by combining food, friends, and baseball.

The Miller Lite Party Deck allows groups to enjoy an all-you-can-eat pregame picnic and one of the best vantage points for watching the game. There are three picnic buffet packages to choose from, including the Grand Slam Buffet with BBQ ribs, steak, and chicken breasts. Groups will have their private, tented area on the Miller Lite Party Deck for the entire game, allowing people to socialize or watch the action.

Hawk Ford Field also has two skybox suites that can be rented on a nightly basis. Each suite accommodates 25 people and includes catered food before the game along with wait staff service during the game. There is a private, air conditioned indoor area as well as outdoor seating in both suites. The two suites can be rented out together for larger groups. There is also the smaller Party Box that fits 10-15 people and offers the same perks as the suites.

The Right Field Party Patio will make its debut in 2007. The Patio, located down the right field line, is ideal for groups of 100 or more and includes a pregame picnic buffet. In addition to table and chair seating, groups on The Patio will have access to the box seats in adjoining Section R at no extra charge.

All groups will be recognized on the message board and public address system during the game. Groups that are just looking for tickets can receive discounts starting at 25 people. Fundraising opportunities are also available for non-profit organizations. Hawk Ford Field is handicap accessible, including all group and picnic areas.

For more information or to book an outing, please call 708-489-2255. Information about 2007 season tickets, birthday parties, and the Field of Dreams program is also available. For the latest team news, please visit www.WCThunderBolts.com. The Windy City ThunderBolts are a member of the 12-team Frontier League, an independent league with teams in the Midwest.


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