DENVER, CO –The Amica Hit Zone blasted one out of the park for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver, as Amica today presented the organization with $15,000 -- $10 for each hit by the Colorado Rockies so far this season.
Amica launched the Amica Hit Zone in partnership with FSN Rocky Mountain, which broadcasts the Rockies games. It showed a simulated strike zone, indicating where a particular batter had the best – or worst – chance of getting a hit, based on where the ball was thrown.
As part of the promotion, Amica also pledged to give the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver $10 for each hit recorded by the Rockies. And the players came through big time, cranking out nearly 1,500 hits so far this season.
Allyson Stickelman, senior account manager, and Selina Brown, senior account representative, from Amica’s Denver Regional Office presented the check to John Arigoni, CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver.
"The Amica Hit Zone was clearly a smashing success for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver,” said Sarah Hilsendager, sales and client services manager at the Denver Regional Office. “We’re glad it’s been such a hit for all the children in this program.”
The Boys & Girls Clubs were thrilled, too, Arigoni said. “We would like to thank Amica Insurance
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