Crimestoppers Niagara becomes official partner of Niagara's Top Entertainment, the Welland Jackfish
The Community Leader adds another sports entity to its growing list of partnerships in Niagara
WELLAND - Crimestoppers of Niagara, the non-profit, community-based charitable program involving the cooperative efforts of the community, the media, and the police in the fight against crime, is teaming up with “Niagara's Top Entertainment,” the Welland Jackfish, to become its official title partner for the 2023 season which kicks off on May 18th.
“Crime Stoppers of Niagara is proud to announce our new partnership with the Welland Jackfish Baseball Club" said Ernie Sibbet, Board Chairman of Crimestoppers. "We look forward to many more years of partnership, and we are excited to have some fun with all FINatics in the ballpark!”
Crimestoppers of Niagara will serve has the 2023 Presenting Sponsor among other exciting initiatives including a revamped 50/50 draw.
"We are very excited to welcome Crimestoppers to the fun at The Pond" said President and Director of Fun, Ryan Harrison. "With their support, the Jackfish can put more effort in bringing the best entertainment in the Niagara region to all the FINatics out there!"
The Welland Jackfish Fun Tour kicks off on Thursday, May 18th at The Pond. Season and Flex Memberships can be purchased at wellandjackfish.com/2023.
The Welland Jackfish are a member of Canada’s top baseball league, the Intercounty Baseball League. The 100-year old summer league is one of the oldest baseball leagues in the world, with the league established in 1919, drawing significantly more fans, in a friendly ballpark experience, than any league of its kind. For more information, visit www.wellandjackfish.com or follow the Jackfish on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter at @wellandjackfish.
About Crimestoppers of Niagara
Crime Stoppers of Niagara is a citizen, media and police cooperative program designed to involve the community in the fight against crime with the Niagara Regional Police. The program provides citizens with a means to supply police with information anonymously. Cash rewards are offered to persons who call the program with information which leads to an arrest. Through this unique partnership of police, media, community and you, we can all help to maintain and improve the quality of life within the Niagara Region. There are currently nearly 1200 Crime Stoppers programs throughout the world.