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Switzerland County/Vevay Day set at Great American Ball Park

L-R: Yonder Alonso, Chris Dickerson, Dusty Baker, Jeff Brantley and George Grande of the Western Tour Cincinnati Red?s Caravan laugh at Coach Baker?s childhood stories during their appearance at the Historic Hoosier Theater in downtown Vevay, Indiana on Friday Jan. 23.

Order forms for discount tickets for the Sun. July 19 Cincinnati Redís Switzerland County/Vevay Day at the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati are available at the Switzerland County Visitors Center located at 128 West Main Street in downtown Vevay and at other local businesses.
The Reds will take on the Milwaukee Brewers during the event scheduled at 1:10 pm.

A special day recognizing Switzerland County/Vevay at the Cincinnati ball park was officially announced during the Jan. 23 visit of the Cincinnati Red’s Caravan at the Historic Hoosier Theater in downtown Vevay.

During Switzerland County/Vevay, Indiana Day, local uniformed ball players and coaches are invited to parade the field before the start of the game by meeting in the Fan Zone at noon. After the game, Switzerland County/Vevay guests are welcome to run the bases on the ball field.

Tickets range from $7-$21 each and include seats at view level, mezzanine, sun/moon and field or infield boxes.Order forms can be mailed or faxed, but must be ordered 10 days prior to game date for return mailing. After 10 days, tickets will be left at Will Call for pick-up with a photo ID.

For more information, contact Switzerland County Tourism at 812-427-3237.

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Written by : I have been with Switzerland County Tourism in Vevay, IN, since May 2008 as the Public Relations/Grant Administrator- Financials will be added to that title soon as well. I also photograph and maintain the Switzerland County Tourism Flickr Site. I have a varied background, having worked in Public/Media Relations with a large non-profit in Panama City, FL, banking, store management and advertising. I have also freelanced in photography and writing for newspapers and non-profits. Originally from Pittsburgh, I resided in Florida for 21 years before moving to Kentucky several years ago. It was there that I met and married my husband from Dillsboro, IN. I have two teenage step-daughters.