2011 Fan Pack Challenge: Los Angeles Dodgers

In 2009, I couldn’t find a good e-mail address to contact the Dodgers. I’m glad I did this year, though, because they sent over a ton of awesome goodies. I’m also going to make an exception to the “only 1 point for pocket schedules, no matter how many a team sends” rule, because the Dodgers pocket schedules aren’t all the same! But the pocket schedules were only the beginning…this fan pack was loaded. Line Drives magazine is basically an advertisement to coming to the Dodgers games this year, but instead of a little brochure it’s more like a magazine. If I were traveling to LA this summer, I would definitely try to make it July 26 so I could get a Fernando Valenzuela bobblehead. The pencil and pocket steno pad notebook were nice touches, too. I might start doodling and posting my doodles to the blog. You would love that, wouldn’t you?

Here’s their score:
The inclusion of pocket schedule(s) = 2 points (one featuring James Loney, another featuring Don Mattingly)
Stickers = 0
Baseball cards = 0
High-quality promotional items = 10 (4 temporary tattoos, postcard of Andre Ethier, postcard of Brent Leach, fridge magnet schedule, pencil, notebook, Line Drives magazine)
Other stuff = 0
Timeliness = 10 points
TOTAL SCORE = 22 POINTS

Request your own Dodgers fan pack here!

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About JT

Christian. Husband. Dad. 911 dispatcher. Baseball fan. Horror nut. Music nerd. Bookworm. Time Magazine's 2006 Person of the Year.

Posted on April 9, 2011, in baseball and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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