With the All-Star break right around the corner, Chevrolet is proud to bring its own all star line up to the game. Did you know that Chevrolet is the official vehicle of Major League Baseball, and has been since 2005?
Here's how Chevrolet will be involved with the 2012 MLB All-Star Week:
- Free ride and drives of Chevrolet's hottest cars, trucks and crossovers at MLB FanFest Friday Through Tuesday. Seven other Chevy vehicles will be on display inside.
- Chevy will be providing photo opportunities for fans to create their own baseball card, a bench-building area that will provide benches to local Kansas City area youth baseball teams, and a gaming area to play the Chevy Baseball App. With each hit on the Chevy Baseball App, Chevy will donate a dollar to youth baseball.
- Those who participated in the Sonic "Stay Clutch" contest that were invited will be able to test their ability to drive a manual transmission-equipped car at 8AM on Monday.
- Fans can also drive Camaros, all new Malibu sedans and a Corvette on a closed-course test track at Kauffman Stadium Sponsor Zone Sunday
- Fans and the general public will be able to see their favorite former and current MLB All-Stars ride to Kauffman Stadium in 75 Chevy Silverados and Camaro Convertibles during the MLB All-Star Red Carpet Show presented by Chevrolet at 1PM on game day.
In addition to all the fun that Chevy will be providing, two Kansas City baseball players will be making memories when they shag baseballs at the Home Run Derby at 7PM on Monday. They were sponsored by Chevrolet's Youth Baseball Program.
Lastly, the most valuable player at the MLB All-Star Game (7:30PM) will be awarded a Camaro Convertible and choose a public youth baseball field for refurbishment. Last year's MVP, Prince Fielder, chose to refurbish Liberty Park in Milwaukee (when he was still a Brewer).
Take a look at these American and National League wrapped trucks! If you want to see what these trucks would look like without the wrapping, give us a call at 330-SWEENEY or drop by 8010 Market Street, Youngstown, Ohio.