Little League Softball World Series Swings Into Town
Young athletes from around the world travel to Alpenrose Dairy in hopes of becoming champions
The Softball Little League World Series is a 31-game series with four teams from visiting countries and six teams representing U.S. regions. The four world teams are Europe/Africa, Canada, Latin America and Asia Pacific. The six U.S. teams include West, East, Southwest, Southeast, Central, and the host team, Oregon District 4.
"We are honored and proud to host the Little League World Series again at Alpenrose Dairy," said Carl Cadonau Jr., President of Alpenrose Dairy. "Promoting healthy choices is part of the Alpenrose brand and we are happy to support these young athletes."
This year the newly launched ESPN+ will offer expanded coverage of the Little League Softball® World Series. Giving fans the opportunity to keep up on all the action, get news, live score updates and watch videos with the ESPN+ app. Opening Ceremonies begin August 7th where the teams will get a chance to bond with one and other while enjoying some delicious Alpenrose Dairy ice cream. Game one kicks-off the tournament with Canada vs. East on Wednesday, August 8th at 10am.
Admission to the week-long event is free. For more information and complete series schedule go to http://www.llsws.org/
Alpenrose Dairy is located at 6149 Southwest Shattuck Road in Portland.
About Alpenrose Dairy
Alpenrose Dairy has been family owned and operated since 1916. For over 100 years, the Cadonau family has been committed to bringing customers the finest milk nature can provide. All Alpenrose products are locally farmed with no added rBST hormones and pasteurized at lower temperatures to keep natural vitamins and minerals intact. Alpenrose is committed to sustainable agriculture and bringing fresh, wholesome products to their customers. The Cadonau family is known throughout the Northwest for their commitment to the community. Providing year-round family-friendly activities at their legendary 52-acre campus with a stadium for little league games, a museum, opera house, and velodrome track. Visit http://alpenrose.com for more information.