The Tadros are June Clients of the Month!

June Clients of the Month Robert and Jenni Tadros remind us that baseball is an international pastime, not just an American one. As residents of Australia, the Tadros look forward to their annual vacation in the US – an opportunity for the family to experience the excitement of MLB games in person.

Robert and Jenni count visiting every stadium on their list of life long goals. And their three children have vowed to help complete the series.

The Tadros Clan at Chase Field in 2011

The Tadros Clan at Chase Field in 2011

So far, the Tadros have explored six different stadiums including Dodgers Stadium, Nationals Park, and Yankee Stadium.  On their visit this year, they’ll be visiting the stadiums of the Tampa Bay Rays and the Marlins, while also attending the All Stars Game at Citi Field.

The die-hard baseball family is counting down the days to buy tickets to the Diamondbacks and Dodgers game that will be played in Australia next year. One of their sons saves up his money to buy jerseys and miniature bats from every stadium to hang in his room. Talk about dedication!

Robert Tadros and the kids at the Angels Stadium last year.

Robert Tadros and the kids at the Angels Stadium last year.

Their most memorable sporting event was celebrating their son Shane’s 16th birthday at the Dodgers Stadium. The Tadros greatly enjoyed their tour of the stadium that day and seeing a “Happy 16th Birthday” banner on the big screen for Shane!

Each member of the family has a different favorite team, ranging from the Giants to the Dodgers to the Yankees. And while they live and breathe baseball, the Tadros hope to one day attend a basketball game or the Superbowl!

The Tadros at the Dodgers Stadium, Nationals Stadium, and Yankee Stadium.

The Tadros at the Dodgers Stadium, Nationals Stadium, and Yankee Stadium.

We’re very excited and proud to have the Tadros as Clients of the Month.

About Melissa Russell

Melissa is a Marketing Intern at TicketCity and currently studying advertising at the University of Texas.

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