Richmond, VA, August 01, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Whether it’s supporting locally grown food or offering its members special discounts on everything from snow tires to baseball games, Virginia Farm Bureau has earned a reputation of contributing to the quality of life in communities across the commonwealth. The advantages of being a Virginia Farm Bureau member grow even further through a special promotion during the month of August.
Fans can get two free tickets to a minor league baseball game, good for any day of the month of August, for no other reason than being a Farm Bureau member. The clubs participating in the promotion: Salem Red Sox, Bristol White Sox, Lynchburg Hillcats, Potomac Nationals, Danville Braves, Norfolk Tides, and Pulaski Mariners.
The tickets can be picked up by members by presenting their Farm Bureau membership card (or a copy of any Farm Bureau Insurance Baseball Month advertisement) to any participating Virginia Minor League box office. Additional coupons can be found at one of the more than 100 local Farm Bureau offices throughout the commonwealth.
Farm Bureau Insurance is known for being on the spot when its members need them most. The company understands that sometimes what its members need, especially in this difficult economic climate, is a hot dog and a baseball game with the family on summer’s night.
About Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance Services
An organization with more than 148,000 members, Virginia Farm Bureau has offices that serve every county of the Commonwealth. When you choose Farm Bureau for your insurance, you become part of something bigger. In addition to great benefits, your membership helps us protect Virginia’s farms and ensure a safe, fresh and local food supply through the Save Our Food campaign. Visit Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance at FarmBureauAdvantage.com.