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Disney teams up with Major League Baseball for G-Force promo

If a player gets a grand slam during the All-Star Game on July 14, the first one million people who've entered the contest on Disney.com will score a free ticket to see G-Force on its opening day, July 24.
April 23, 2009

Disney’s looking to hit at home run with its upcoming 3-D comedy flick G-Force, and it’s partnering up with Major League Baseball this season for the G-Force Grand Slam Sweepstakes.

If a player gets a grand slam during the All-Star Game on July 14, the first one million people who’ve entered the contest on Disney.com will score a free ticket to see G-Force on its opening day, July 24.

The first million people who log onto the Disney website between April 22 and midnight on July 14 will receive a code redeemable for the free ticket at participating theaters. The game is set to air Fox at 8 p.m. EST on July 14. In addition, the more than 46,000 game attendees in St. Louis’ Busch Stadium will receive a promotional card with a code redeemable for a free ticket on opening day if a grand slam is hit.

G-Force is also the exclusive sponsor of in-stadium All-Star balloting, with the brand appearing on more than 20 million ballots distributed at the 30 MLB ballparks, more than 100 Minor League ballparks, and through in-stadium messaging and announcements. MLB and Disney will choose children from local Boys & Girls Club of America chapters to take part in the launch ceremony.

Prior to the All-Star Game, 29 MLB Clubs will host Walt Disney Pictures G-Force Days, which will include themed trading card giveaways and movie ticket/prize-pack giveaways during the games.

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