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 3/4/11 LUDINGTON LOONS    LMC Park 555 West  Ludington  Added Pictures and  changed fonts
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 3/4/11 Will acquire a high-level by focusing on  Effective promotion/ Effective Cross-Promotions Ludington Loons will achieve this by attending/  participating in Harvest Festival September 24th,  25th, and 26th and engaging in the community.  High levels of recognition Cory Laster (recently Ludington high school baseball  star, highly recognized and idolized by local  community.) Todd Johnson: Team Owner (largely valued and  perceived as astounding citizen by local community.)   Brand Equity NEW  SLIDE
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 3/4/11 The Frontier League  Organization History The Frontier League consist of independently  owned professional baseball teams The Frontier League was created winter 1992- 1993 first to serve West Virginia, Eastern  Kentucky, and Southeast Ohio The first year The Frontier League had a total of 6  teams The  First Michigan team, Kalamazoo Kings, were  added in 1996 Ludington Loons will be the fourth Michigan Team
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 3/4/11 The Frontier League’s Fan  History In 2001 Kalamazoo Kings grew over 103,000 fans  on their way to being named Frontier League  Organization of the year.  2004 Nearly 1.3 million fans in Frontier league  stadiums 2005 close to 1.2 million fans to its ballparks 2006 1.3 million fans to its 10 clubs 2007 record 1.5 million to its 12 clubs 2008 drew record 1.46 million fans to its 11 home 
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Classifications Any player that is 21 years of age or younger prior to January 1 of any season and is entering his first year in the Frontier League, regardless of professional experience will be considered a Rookie by Frontier League Rules. Any player who is 22 years of age or older prior to January 1 of any season, is entering his first year in the Frontier League, and has prior professional baseball experience, will be classified by the existing Frontier League Rules. The rookie classification will be split into two sub-classifications, rookie 1 (R1) and rookie 2 (R2). The R1 sub-classification will be for players who are making their professional baseball debut in the Frontier League and therefore have no prior professional experience as determined by Frontier League Year(s) of Service Calculation and has not attained twenty seven (27) years of age prior to January 1 of that playing season The R2 sub-classification will be for players who held the R1 sub-classification in the previous year (regardless of the number of at bats, innings pitcher, or pitching appearances) or for players with previous professional experience who are rookies otherwise and has not attained twenty seven (27) years of age prior to January 1 of that playing season. L1 Classification : An L1 player is one who has pitched more than sixty (60) innings and/or made
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