State Farm is half way through this years ‘Go To Bat’ program, but there’s still plenty of time left for you to make a difference by raising money for your choice of four charities, while having the chance to win a VIP trip to a game during this year’s World Series at the same time.
I spoke a little bit about the State Farm ‘Go To Bat’ program in my blog entry about the State Farm Home Run Derby, but I never really went into a lot of detail on how you actually go about taking part in the online virtual game. So here it goes:
Now that you have a general overview of how the ‘Go To Bat’ game works, the only other thing you might be curious about is how you go about signing up. The sign up process couldn’t be simpler.
All you have to do is go to statefarm.com/gotobat:
You can select one of four charities that you want to ‘Go To Bat’ for:
After you decide which charity you want to help raise money for just follow the remaining steps, and before long you’ll be ready to take swing for the fences:
With only 5 chances left to win a trip to the 2012 World Series, don’t waste any time with signing up, if you haven’t already. Remember, each home run hit earns you an additional entry into that weeks random drawing for a trip to the World Series, so be sure to play often (up to three times a day), and make each swing count.