Hometown Urgent Care Partners with the Springfield City Kings for a Home Run on Opening Day
Springfield, OH, May 03, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- On May 28, Springfield will welcome the Boys of Summer as the Champion City Kings play their first ever home game - and Hometown Urgent Care will be there.
Hometown Urgent Care, with two clinics in Springfield, will provide the Champion City Kings opening day giveaway as well as conduct a fun activity in the Kids’ Area at Carleton Davidson Stadium.
“Hometown Urgent Care has always been an active part of the Springfield Community,” said Tabitha Stoltz, Regional Operations Director for the Dayton-owned urgent care system. “The Champion City Kings is a great addition to the wide variety of family activities available to Springfield’s residents, and since Hometown Urgent Care treats all kinds of sports injuries, it seemed like a natural partnership for us!”
Hometown will supply backpacks for the first 500 fans to arrive at the game. Medical staff from the West First Street and Vester Avenue locations will also help kids create fun first aid kits in the Family Activities area.
The Champion City Kings Springfield opening will be Wednesday, May 28 at 7:05 in the Carleton Davidson Stadium. The Kings will face the Chillicothe Paint.
Hometown Urgent Care is Ohio’s largest urgent care system, operating urgent care and occupational health centers in Dayton, Columbus, North East Ohio and Michigan. The company provides convenient, affordable medical care for non-life-threatening medical conditions ranging from ear infections to fractures to sports physicals. Hometown Urgent Care is an active and enthusiastic member of the communities that is serves, and takes part in numerous health and community events in Ohio and Michigan.
For information on Hometown Urgent Care, please contact Dee Holleran, Director of Media Relations, at (614) 307-3712 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Hometown Urgent Care in on the web at www.HometownUrgentCare.com, or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/hometownofdayton.