Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 30, 2010
Container Essentials (http://www.containeressentials.com) is pleased to participate in the Wisconsin All-Stars’ opportunity to play in the American Youth Baseball Hall of Fame Invitational Tournament. This tournament gives young athletes the opportunity to play baseball at Cooperstown Dreams Park (http://www.cooperstowndreamspark.com) in legendary Cooperstown, New York.
“We are very happy to support the Wisconsin All-Stars (http://www.wasbaseball.com) and excited for them to play at this historic park,” says Steve Phelps, president of Container Essentials.
“This is a growth opportunity beyond imagining for our players,” says Cindy Lapidakis, Bomac Carts (http://www.bomaccarts.com), and mother of one boy. “The training and education of the sport will be valuable for many years or a lifetime.”
Founded in 1998, the Burgert family started the Wisconsin All-Star in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The organization educates and develops baseball players 12 years of age or younger. The organization strives to enhance the players’ abilities for future success in the All-American pastime – Baseball.
Coach Brian Burgert says, “We work with each player to strengthen their fundamental baseball knowledge, skills and playing ability and help them to be the best they can be.”
Container Essentials specializes in containers and accessories for the document destruction, commercial recycling and solid waste industries. Container Essentials' manufacturing affiliates include ALL Source USA, Cascade Engineering, Bomac Carts, Rotonics Manufacturing, Spartan CMC, and Busch Systems International. More information can be found at http://www.containeressentials.com
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