The T-Bones and Verizon will be giving out 1,500 of these phone cases on Social Media Night this Tuesday, July 8.
07/05/2014 3:29 PM -
KANSAS CITY, Kan. – On Tuesday, July 8, the Kansas City T-Bones will help raise awareness for domestic violence with Strike Out Domestic Violence Night from Verizon Wireless.
Fans are encouraged to bring and donate their no-longer used phones and accessories, in any condition from any wireless provider. Verizon will then donate all collected devices to Kansas City-area shelters for victims in need.
There will be a silent auction benefiting SAFEHOME domestic violence shelter. In addition, Verizon Wireless will be giving away T-Bones cell phone cases to the first 1,500 fans that arrive.
During the game, live tweeting from the Social Media Club of Kansas City will also take place to continue to raise awareness. Fans are encouraged to join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag #StrikeOutDV.
Vice-president/general manager Chris Browne, select T-Bones players and T-Bones media personnel will conduct live tweet sessions before and during the game via @tbonesbaseball.