Schlotzsky’s Introduces Big League Clubz Challenge
- Updated: March 6, 2009
In the coming weeks, a restaurant called Schlotzsky’s will introduce a Big League Clubz challenge to all of their customers across the country. The company will have three different trading cards that will be featured at their franchises across the country which look like traditional baseball cards. The only difference between these cards and baseball cards is that they have Schlotzsky’s sandwiches on the front instead of baseball players.
The three featured sandwiches are the Ham ‘n Turkey Club (featured on the card outlined in blue), the Chick ‘n Turkey Club (featured on the card outlined in yellow) and the Beef ‘n Bacon Club (featured on the card outlined in red).
If customers of Schlotzsky’s are able to collect all three of these cards, they can go to the company’s website at BigLeagueClubz.com and register to get a free personalized mini-bat. The first 1,000 people who submit their information from the cards to the website will receive the free mini-bat and be entered into a drawing to win even bigger prizes.
Those who have the card will have an opportunity to text to a certain number to immediately see if they are an instant winner.
The sweepstakes started on March 2 and will end on May 31, but there will only be one ultimate winner and only the first one thousand people will receive the mini-bat.
In addition to contest information being featured on the website, there is also a game that customer’s can play where one can select their own team name and colors before playing a virtual baseball contest. Customers are also able to download an application to get live baseball scores on their desktop while at work or at home so they don’t have to browse the internet while they are busy with other business to see what is happening across the league.
One is also able to find out where the nearest Schlotzsky’s is to their residence as well as look over the menu at their convenience to see which of the specially made sandwiches they want to try when they head to Schlotzsky’s.