CBC Ballclubs Produce Annual Community Reports

CBC’s two minor league baseball teams have released their annual community service reports. Both The Durham Bulls and Myrtle Beach Pelicans believe it is a primary responsibility to contribute to the communities who support them.

“I’m proud of how these organizations give back to the community, but we’re not bragging,” said Capitol Sports Vice President George Habel. “Since we play in taxpayer funded ballparks, it’s important to provide a report to the community each year. CBC’s commitment to community service is not confined to the broadcasting business; it’s equally important at our ballparks.”

The reports include final numbers on monies raised by volunteer organizations who ran concession stands at the games during the 2004 season; these groups earned a percentage of their nightly earnings for their organization. Articles about community events each team hosted or sponsored last season appear in the newsletters as well. The opening of the Durham Bulls Youth Athletic League baseball fields, Education Day with the Bulls, the Bulls Tsunami Relief efforts, the Pelicans’ Pro Am, Dinger’s Homerun Reading Club in Myrtle Beach are a few of the topics covered.

Durham Bulls Report to the Community Pelicans Report to the Community
The Durham Bulls & Myrtle Beach Pelicans have now released their Annual Reports to the Community.

View the Annual Report to the Community for each ballclub (PDF format):

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