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Sunday, 11 March 2007 15:03
FoxhoundsThe Aiken Foxhounds are proud to announce that FineDeering Development Group has signed on as presenting sponsor for the 2007 inaugural season. The Foxhounds, a member of the independent South Coast League, and FineDeering have a number of exciting events planned for the upcoming season, which begins on May 24th at 7:05 PM versus the Anderson Joes.

On opening night, FineDeering will present the first 1,000 fans with a commemorative ticket holder to chronicle Aiken’s first professional baseball game with a fireworks show following the game. FineDeering will also present two other fireworks shows during the season and will play an active role in the Foxhounds Kids’ Club.

“FineDeering and the Foxhounds both strive for family values and entertainment,” said Foxhounds GM Bradley Bell. “We are looking forward to a great partnership as well as a fun and exciting season.”

FineDeering Development Group is currently constructing two unique residential communities in Aiken. Sage Creek, located on Bettis Academy Road one mile south of Interstate 20, features the new Byrd Elementary School to be open for the 2007-2008 school year. Trolley Run Station is located at Highway 118 and University Parkway, adjacent to the University of South Carolina, Aiken and Aiken Regional Medical Center and right next door to the Foxhounds home at Roberto Hernandez Stadium. Trolley Run Station will house the new Wyatt Family YMCA.

“FineDeering Development Group is thrilled to sponsor the inaugural season of the Aiken Foxhounds,” said Co-Chairman Bob Deering. “We are proud that our partnership with this organization will bring such fun, family-friendly entertainment to the area. FineDeering is committed to the growth and vitality of Aiken County and sees its support of the Foxhounds as an important part of this commitment.”

The newly formed Foxhounds Professional Baseball Club is proud to call Aiken, South Carolina home. Through our National Pastime, the Aiken Foxhounds will provide affordable family entertainment to the citizens of Aiken and the surrounding areas while serving as a loyal partner to the community.
 
 
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