Take Me Out to the Ballgame Honey!

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We just launched our seventh season of sponsorship with Minor League Baseball (MiLB) and we are so excited for opening day! Each season we get the chance to work with different teams and players and share our love of honey. This year, we have five teams spanning from coast to coast. Our teams include the Brooklyn Cyclones, the Clearwater Threshers, the Portland Sea Dogs, the Savannah Sand Gnats, and the Spokane Indians.

With honey being the official energy sponsor of our teams, we ship cases of honey bears and honey sticks to the teams every month, to help get them through their work-outs and games. The players love having the all-natural energy booster honey, on hand.

Whether you need a boost of energy for your workout or to beat an afternoon slump at the office, honey can be your go-to energy source. With approximately 17 grams of carbohydrates and just 64 calories per tablespoon, honey is an effective, all-natural energy booster that's ideal for a quick pick-me-up, since carbohydrates are the primary fuel the body uses for energy.

This year, the National Honey Board, Minor League Baseball™ and the five participating MiLB™ teams are joining forces to bring you an amazing Free Team Cap offer and discounts on Official Team Merchandise. Just purchase any brand or size container of pure, natural honey and bring your original receipt to the participating team's ticket office or team store at the ballpark to take advantage of these special offers. This program is designed to increase the awareness and consumption of honey while offering fans a Free Team Cap or discount on Official Team Souvenir Merchandise.

Enjoy all the benefits of pure, natural honey and save money at the ballpark! The 2014 Free Team Cap Offer or Merchandise Discount Offer is limited to one redemption, per person, per game.

To learn more about our MiLB sponsorship, visit www.honey.com/baseball and to see some of our delicious energy recipes, click here.

We hope to see you at the ballpark this season!

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