Second Anniversary

Second Anniversary

ACD Associates - Second AnniversaryJune 3, 2015 – ACD Associates in Maryville, Tennessee released details today regarding its much anticipated Second Anniversary Celebration. Alan DeBusk, President, stated “It gives me great pleasure to announce that ACD Associates will be hosting Heritage High’s Boys of Summer home double-header on July 6, 2015 to mark our 2nd Anniversary with the community. The first game against Karns starts at 6:00 pm and I hope to see a lot of family, friends, and baseball enthusiasts to cheer on these wonderful young men.”

Being a baseball coach in this community for over ten years, Mr. DeBusk has a great fondness for the game and serving the community and cited, “the opportunity to celebrate and promote the Boys of Summer is a natural fit” as Heritage High Baseball is attempting to raise funds to complete several capital projects.

After learning of the Boys of Summer League, Mr. DeBusk approached Coach Robbie Bennett about the concept. Mr. DeBusk shared that Coach Bennett’s simple reply was “That’s a great idea. Let’s do it.”

As part of the promotion, ACD Associates will be sponsoring $1.00 Hot dogs to everyone. Mr. DeBusk added, “baseball, hot dogs, and July the 4th all spell celebration” and he wanted to especially recognize and invite all fellow Veterans, teachers, government service workers, and community volunteers out to mark this occasion. Mr. DeBusk concluded, “Maryville, Tennessee and Blount County, Tennessee in general is a great community to live in and serve. I couldn’t think of anyway better way to mark this occasion than giving a great bargain on a hot dog while enjoying some great baseball.”

Mr. DeBusk will also have a gift for every fan while supplies last. He also hinted about some other promotions such as drawings for all ACD Associates followers on Facebook, Google Plus, and LinkedIn.

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