Tag Archives: Softball

Hilton HHonors Little League Giveaway

Hilton Worldwide (Facebook | Twitter), the official hotel partner of Little League Baseball and Softball, is running two promotions: (1) Hilton HHonors Little League Play of the Week on their Facebook page (grand prize is a five-night stay at any Hilton hotel worldwide) and (2) a giveaway on my dad blog (prize is a Little League Parent Survival Kit). The Little League Parent Survival Kit ($180+ value) consists of:

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Hilton Giveaway Winner

Hilton WorldwideThe winner of the Hilton Giveaway is R Hicks. If you didn’t win, feel free to enter the other giveaways on my dad blog:

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Hilton Giveaway – Win a Hotel Stay and $200 Gift Cards

Hilton WorldwideLast week, Hilton Worldwide announced a three-year commitment to be the official hotel partner of Little League Baseball and Softball. As a result, Little League dads and moms can receive a 15% discount when they stay at any of the 3,600 Hilton hotels (Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, Conrad Hotels & Resorts, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Doubletree, Embassy Suites Hotels [we stayed here on our honeymoon], Hilton Garden Inn, Hampton Hotels, Homewood Suites by Hilton, Home2 Suites by Hilton, and Hilton Grand Vacations). In order to receive the discount, dads and moms have to book their stay through the Little League page. As an added bonus, Hilton Worldwide will make a donation to the Little League organization for each reservation.

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Subway Baseball DeSIGNS Giveaway

I have a couple of Subway announcements on my dad blog today. First, thanks to Subway (Facebook | Twitter), I’m giving away a prize pack. Second, Subway is partnering with Little League Baseball and Softball for the second annual Baseball DeSIGNS Tour, which is an eBay auction that benefits the Little League Urban Initiative. Portland Public Schools could sure use Subway’s help. The school district almost cut PE entirely because of a $19 million budget deficit (note: if the school system receives $7 million in federal stimulus money, then each school will most likely have a half-time PE teacher — not ideal, but better than nothing).

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