Are You The Next 'Girl of Summer'?

April 5, 2012

C's open fourth annual search for the next female 'Super Fan'.
Spring is in the air and that means it's time once again for the Vancouver Canadians to search for the next "Girl of Summer".

This annual contest gives our female fans the chance to showcase their love for the game of baseball and our hometown Canadians. One lucky female fan will be selected to join this year's group of ladies who will represent the C's in a series of promotional ads for our 2012 season. What we are looking for in our Girls of Summer, is someone who embodies what it means to be a true C's fan!

All we need is your name, e-mail address, telephone number, a fun and baseball-friendly photo as well as the top five reasons you love coming out to a Vancouver Canadians Baseball game here at historic Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium.

The winner of the 2012 Girls of Summer contest will receive a 10-Voucher NatPack for the 2012 season, a personalized Vancouver Canadians jersey, an opportunity to throw out an A&W Ceremonial First Pitch at a 2012 home game, as well as participate in a fun professional photo shoot to be used in our campaign.

The contest is open to all of our female fans, aged 19 years and up. You can enter by submitting the following to 

Deadline for submissions is Friday, April 20th, 2012. The winner will then be announced on Monday, April 30th, 2012.

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