Sycuan Casino Vacation resort endorsement deal signed by Padres Pitcher Joe Musgrove

A 1-calendar year endorsement deal has been signed in between Sycuan Casino Vacation resort and San Diego Padres Pitcher, Joe Musgrove. Inside the phrases of agreement, Musgrove will element in approaching internet marketing campaigns, promotions and social media articles. He will also make special casino appearances. 

“We are thrilled to have the assist of commencing pitcher Joe Musgrove as our to start with MLB ambassador,” claimed Rob Cinelli, Basic Supervisor at Sycuan On line casino Resort.

“We understood he was the great match for our model due to the fact, considerably like Sycuan, Joe has incredibly potent ties to the local San Diego neighborhood. Joe grew up participating in baseball not much too far from the Sycuan Reservation and is now again in his hometown generating Padres historical past.

“We are honoured to have Joe as section of the Sycuan spouse and children and look forward to currently being capable to supply our attendees exclusive activities via this new partnership.”

Musgrove is a San Diego native and graduated from Grossmont Higher School in El Cajon. All through his first calendar year with the Padres, Musgrove set profession highs in a variety of groups.

For instance, 181.1 innings pitched, 203 strikeouts and 3.18 Era. He also threw a no-hitter in opposition to the Texas Rangers at Globe Lifestyle Discipline, which was the to start with a person in Padres heritage.

On his new partnership, Musgrove commented: “I am pretty excited for my new partnership with Sycuan On line casino Resort. Not only has Sycuan been a longtime supporter of the San Diego Padres, but they really embody Padres baseball at their vacation resort with their unique Padres Club Sycuan Card and an formal Padres Hotel Suite not presented wherever else.

“Becoming from San Diego myself, it is really truly cool to be ready to characterize such a well-identified community brand name that is all about enjoyment, entertaining and providing back again to our neighborhood.”