MaxBat becomes corporate partner with MBA

The Minnesota Baseball Association is excited to announce that MaxBat has stepped up to the plate to become the first corporate partner of the MBA.

“They came to us wanting to be a bigger part of the MBA family,” said MBA Secretary/Treasurer Mike Nagel. “We started some dialogue and MaxBat put together a program that shows it is serious about giving back to amateur baseball. It’s a win for everyone.”

This is the first step the MBA is taking to market with corporate sponsors on the state website. The beauty of this program is all revenues generated will benefit every team in the MBA. ScoreMonster/DaVinci agreed to revise its contract with the MBA to allow this marketing initiative to take place. ScoreMonster has the muscle to give MaxBat the website marketing service they desire. Highlights of the deal include MaxBat sponsoring the “MaxBat Maple Slugger Award,” similar to MLB silver slugger award. The award will be given out at the end of the state tournament in all three classes and each winner will receive three custom made MaxBats to start the 2022 season. Also, all teams playing in the state tournament will be entered into a free bat giveaway where a random winner will receive a dozen wood bats, courtesy of MaxBat, at the start of the 2022 season.

“We are honored the MBA has chosen to partner with us to make MaxBat the official bat of Minnesota Amateur Baseball,” said MaxBat Sales Manager Jason Speidel. “We look forward to making high quality wood bats at a price Minnesota players can afford for years to come!” 

ScoreMonster provides the MBA its content management system and will help amplify the online presence of both organizations.

“ScoreMonster is excited to be the conduit that brings these two great organizations together,” said Brian Gotta, ScoreMonster director of sales. “The online presence we provide for Minnesota baseball engages millions of fans each year and will deliver tremendous and well-deserved exposure to MaxBat.”

As MaxBat has become a corporate partner of amateur baseball in Minnesota, it has supplied amateur players throughout the state for years.

“We’ve prided ourselves for years on supplying bats to the majority of amateur teams and players in Minnesota,” said MaxBat President Paul Johnson. “Partnering with the MBA to be the official bat is truly an honor. We look forward to providing a great product and service to MBA players and teams for years to come.”

Those interested in purchasing products can contact MaxBat Sales Manager Jason Speidel at: jason1@maxbats.com or by cell at 320-237-6068 or at the office at 320-346-2413. Visit MaxBat’s website at: maxbats.com.

MaxBat keeps its production facility open for people from amateur ballplayers to the average baseball fan to tour. MaxBat asks for a $5 donation to view the facility, which it then gives to Children’s Cancer Research.

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