We have organized three company events at a Skeeters games and every one of them has been an unequivocal success. The Skeeters organization goes out of the way to create a family friendly atmosphere that is affordable, enjoyable and memorable. Tyler always attends diligently to our group and works hard to ensure that we well taken care of and that our needs are met and expectations exceeded. The feedback from our participants is always positive and everyone looks forward to our annual trip to the ball park!
Karla Hartman, Shell
As a founding sponsor and the exclusive health care provider of the Sugar Land Skeeters since their inception, we have enjoyed a very positive relationship with the organization. The shared benefit is unquestioned, and the value we derive is tremendous. The Skeeters leadership is a first class team of professionals who find creative ways to make the experience at the ballpark authentic, fun, and family friendly. We appreciate the parallel commitment we both share to make this an excellent community to live and work. As Fort Bend County continues to grow and prosper, we look forward to a continued partnership well into the future.
Greg Haralson, Memorial Hermann
A Grand Slam Partner
What first comes to mind when I think of the Sugar Land Skeeters staff, team and others? Fun, friendship and family; they truly are a “Grand Slam Partner.”
Hope For Three, a local non-profit and autism advocacy group, has partnered with the Skeeters for six years, holding an annual event for over 400 family members from the autism community to a family fun day. “Strike Out” is the organizations largest outreach effort and fundraiser and is a partnership with the Skeeters, the Honorable Fort Bend County Judge Bob Hebert, all 18 City Mayors and 300 volunteers. It is one way the organization raises funds and awareness for children with autism and their families.
What keeps us coming back to Constellation Field? It is the ultimate family-oriented environment that makes attendees feel welcome, included and, provides an exciting day of baseball! It is the staff’s attention to detail, the open line of communication and the compassion, and passion, the entire team gives to the event, Hope For Three families and volunteers. The planning and the implementation for this event is tremendous. With the help of the Skeeters staff, “Strike Out” is close to flawless. However, it is one man that oversees the event from inception to game day that makes the entire process so easy, Tyler Stamm. Tyler adds his individualized touch to every aspect of the event. He goes above and beyond to ensure leading up to, and game day, is prepared, organized and fun! Any slight obstacle, or challenge, is approached and resolved in a very timely manner. Additionally, Skeeters team players and coaches, take time out to visit, give autographs and photos with attending children and families. The time and attention from team members brings the biggest smiles to our “ausome” kiddos!
And who can so easily get in touch with the “President?” Jay Miller, Sugar Land Skeeters President, makes himself so readily available that his commitment and dedication offers a personal concern for us as clients, and now as friends. His sincere forthcomings are shared with honest gratitude and meaningful purpose. I could “root, root, root” for our home team and continue on about other staff members and team players, but I encourage friends and neighbors to “step up to the plate” and support one-another; those who so generously give-back, the Sugar Land Skeeters.
It is an honor, and delight, to work with such a phenomenal community partner that brings a wealth of fun, friendship and family to Fort Bend County.
Darla Farmer, Founder and Executive Director of Hope For Three Autism Advocates