Found January 04, 2012 on i70baseball:
Naturals again welcome Royals Caravan for 2012 Annual winter caravan stopping in Springdale on January 16th SPRINGDALE, AR - Although the grass is not green and the nights are chilly, the 2012 home opener at Arvest Ballpark is less than 100 days away.  With that in mind, the Northwest Arkansas Naturals are excited to welcome the Kansas City Royals 2012 Winter Caravan as it makes its yearly stop in what has become an annual tradition of kicking off a new year of baseball in our area. The signature event for this year’s caravan will be a lunch held in cooperation with the Springdale Rotary Club on Monday, January 16th at the Holiday Inn in Springdale at 1500 S. 48th Street.  The lunch program will begin at 11:30.  Several Royals of past and present will be on hand to meet and greet fans, sign autographs, and take questions and answers from Naturals fans. Admission is $15 per person which includes a buffet lunch, and fans are encouraged to call (479) 927-4900 to purchase tickets.  Nat...
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