Marlins Kick off the Thanksgiving Holiday with Turkey Distribution to Benefit Families in Need
The Florida Marlins donated 460 Thanksgiving meals to families in Little Havana. Receiving families were members of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Miami and Abriendo Puertas. Each family received a turkey and fixings for their thanksgiving meal. “We were very excited to host this year’s turkey distribution in Little Havana,” said Angela Smith, Florida Marlins Community Outreach Director. “We hope this event impacted the lives of many families in need.”
FL Marlins, Hunt/Moss, A Joint Venture, FarmShare, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Miami, Neighbors 4 Neighbors and Abriendo Puertas were involved in the distribution.
MARLINS HOSTED HARD HAT PRESS TOUR
Marlins Opened the Doors of the New Ballpark Construction Site for an Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Tour
The passing of the 100th day of construction marked a new milestone in the Marlins Ballpark project. The team had been working on erecting the north track super columns which will support the retractable roof. At approximately 130ft in the air, the north track super columns have been topped out and new construction phases are in the works. To mark its progress, the Marlins scheduled a hard hat press tour on Thursday, October 29, 2009.
The tour offered media an opportunity to see firsthand the progress made. Media had the opportunity to talk to Hunt/Moss engineers about what is being done and what we can expect to see. Marlins executives were also be available to answer questions about small businesses involved in the construction and what it means in terms of jobs for Miami residents.