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Kansas Stars load up for The 83rd NBC World Series Powered by Westar Energy

WICHITA,KS–The Kansas Stars have a championship trophy on their minds with the roster announced by Nate Robertson and Adam LaRoche, gearing up for The 83rd NBC World Series powered by Westar Energy.

The core roster includes some of the same Kansans from a year ago, the Stars have also added to the stable with a lengthy list of accomplished pitchers. Returning from 2016 are Stars from Kansas like Robertson, LaRoche, and Wichita State alum Koyie Hill. Hurlers Tim Hudson, Jeremy Guthrie, and Heath Bell are back as well.

Joining the group is former Atlanta Braves third-basemen Chipper Jones, who becomes eligible for the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown this winter.

Coming in to bolster the pitching staff is Roy Halladay, a two time Cy Young Award winner, 8 time All-Star and World Series Champion with the Philadelphia Phillies.

Four-time All-Star Kenny Rogers will also join the pitching staff along with 3-time World Series Champion Jake Peavy.

The Stars begin play on July 29th, with games on July 31st and August 2nd as well. Advancing out of their pool would put them in a Quarterfinal matchup on August 4th. Winning the rest of the way would give them a semi-final game on August 5th, and the championship game is Sunday, August 6th.

For a complete Stars roster with links to the players careers visit the team page.

 

Westar Energy powers 83rd NBC World Series

WICHITA, Kan. – The 83rd National Baseball Congress World Series will be powered by Westar Energy, thanks to a contribution from Westar in support of the National Baseball Congress. The NBC World Series, which draws teams from all over the United States, is a perennial tradition in Wichita.

 

“If you’ve spent any time at all in or around Wichita, you know how much we value the NBC World Series in this community,” said Jeff Beasley, Westar Energy’s vice president of customer care.  “We’re excited to support this year’s Series and to help build Wichita’s reputation as a premier baseball city.”

 

The agreement brings together two longstanding pillars in the community of Wichita. Westar Energy, which provides safe, clean, reliable power to 700,000 customers, was founded in 1909 and invests monetary and volunteer support in the communities it serves.

 

The National Baseball Congress was founded in 1931 and play began with the National Baseball Congress State Tournament that same year. The roots of the current format go back to the first World Series being played four years later in 1935. Together, the two organizations have been community leaders combined for nearly 200 years.

 

“It’s a great partnership for both parties,” says NBC General Manager/Tournament Director Kevin Jenks. “We were looking for an organization that believes and supports the mission and values of our organization and the World Series. Westar was looking for a longstanding tradition that they could support and our priorities align. It’s a perfect marriage.”

 

“Westar has been an NBC World Series sponsor for many seasons and this year we wanted to step up to the plate to really drive home the importance of the Series as one of Wichita’s signature events,” said Don Sherman, Westar Energy’s vice president of community relations and strategic partnerships.

 

The 83rd NBC World Series powered by Westar Energy will be played July 22–August 6, with all games being played at Historical Lawrence-Dumont Stadium. To order individual game tickets go to www.selectaseat.com or call 316-977-9400.

 

About NBC: The NBC World Series is the largest and the oldest continuous sporting event in the United States. This non-profit 501c(3) foundation operates under the supervision of a 16-member volunteer board of directors. To learn more visit www.nbcbaseball.com.

 

About Westar Energy: As Kansas’ largest electric company, Westar Energy, Inc. (NYSE:WR) provides customers the safe, reliable electricity needed to power their businesses and homes. Half the electricity supplied to Westar’s 700,000 customers comes from emission-free sources – nuclear, wind and solar – with a third coming from renewables. Westar’s employees live, volunteer and work in the communities the company serves. For more information, visit us at www.WestarEnergy.com.

Iowa to Represent USA at The 83rd NBC World Series

WICHITA, Kan. — The USA National Team, represented by the University of Iowa baseball team, is coming to Wichita and will compete in Championship Week of the 83rd NBC World Series, July 29–August 6. The Hawkeyes were selected by USA Baseball to represent the United States at the World University Games in Tapei, Taiwan, in August.

The Hawkeyes won 39 games during the 2017 season, claimed their first Big Ten Tournament title, and qualified for a second NCAA Regional in three seasons under Iowa head coach Rick Heller.  The team hit 71 home runs and posted a .284 team batting average.

“When we were approached by USA Baseball,” says NBC World Series General Manager/Tournament Director Kevin Jenks “The opportunity of having the USA National Team/Iowa Hawkeyes play in the premier summer showcase for college-age amateur players, we knew it was a no-brainer. We’re thrilled to have coach Heller bring the Hawkeyes to Wichita to compete against the best.”

This is the fifth time a US National Team has played in the NBC World Series. Team USA played in 1995 and 1999. The NJCAA National Team played in 2014 and 2016.

“This will be an excellent opportunity for our team to compete before we head to Taiwan for the World University Games,” said Heller. “We’re grateful that the NBC has awarded us this opportunity.”

The USA National Team will begin pool play at the 83rd NBC World Series on Sunday, July 30 and continue with games on Tuesday, August 1, and Thursday, August 3. Should the USA National Team qualify out of pool play, it could potentially play on August 4-5 and eventually in the National Championship on August 6.

The 83rd NBC World Series will be played July 22–August 6, with all games being played at Historical Lawrence-Dumont Stadium. To order individual game tickets go to www.selectaseat.com or call 316-977-9400.

About NBC: The NBC World Series is the largest and the oldest continuous sporting event in the United States. This non-profit 501c(3) foundation operates under the supervision of a 16-member volunteer board of directors. To learn more visit www.nbcbaseball.com.

Contact: Tim Slack

Phone: (316) 977-9400

E-mail: tim@nbcbaseball.com

2017 NBC World Series dates

We have finalized the dates for the 2017 NBC World Series!! The tournament will be held Saturday, July 22 ? Sunday, August 6.

First Week: Saturday, July 22 ? Friday, July 28
Championship Week: Saturday, July 29 ? Sunday, August 6

We can’t wait to see you all there!

Attendance Numbers Released for 2016 NBC World Series

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Contact: Kevin Jenks

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Email: kevin@nbcbaseball

Date: 9/16/16

Attendance Numbers Released for 2016 NBC World Series

National Baseball Congress attendance figures soar past previous year; Kansas Stars show generosity toward charity and teams.

55,137 people and fans from all over the United States converged upon historic Lawrence-Dumont Stadium this past August to witness one of the most unique and longstanding sports traditions Wichita has to offer. The number shows a 25% increase in attendance over last year.

“On behalf of the National Baseball Congress, we are thrilled with the tournament and the excitement it brought to the city, further cementing its place as one of the top sports and entertainment events in Wichita,” said Tournament Director & General Manager Kevin Jenks. “We thank our fans and everyone involved with the World Series for their overwhelming support.”

As many descended upon the 82 year-old Lawrence-Dumont Stadium to watch 25 of the best baseball players to ever play the game, the Kansas Stars were doing their part to give back to the community. The 3rd place prize money they accumulated of $2,000 will be donated to the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

The Kansas Stars did not stop there, however. They donated all proceeds from the Davis-Moore autograph session back to the other 15 competing teams from Championship Week to help cover travel/food/lodging expenses. In total, they gave back $12,525. More specifically, each team received $835 on top of what they earned playing, per the generosity of the Kansas Stars and Davis-Moore.

“The Kansas Stars wanted to come together and do something of substance for the young players who were traveling a path each of them have traveled,” said Nate Robertson, former MLB pitcher and resident of Wichita. “With that thought in mind the entire team decided to participate in an autograph session in conjunction with the NBC and donate all proceeds to the other 15 teams in the tournament to assist with their team travel expense.”

“What a great gesture by the MLB players to give back to not only the Muscular Dystrophy Association but also to the teams that participated in the 2016 NBC World Series,” said Santa Barbara Foresters manager Bill Pintard. “First Class all the way. Thank you Kansas Stars!”

 

 

About NBC: The National Baseball Congress World Series is the premier showcase for college age amateur players since 1935. The NBC World Series is the third largest event and the oldest continuous sporting event in the City of Wichita. This non-profit 501c(3) foundation operates under the supervision of a 13 member volunteer board of directors. To learn more visit www.nbcbaseball.com. Or call us at 316.977.9400

 

 

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NBC World Series Miscellaneous Stats

NBC World Series Miscellaneous through 12 days

Average runs: 11.33;/game winning: 8.72/game; losing: 2.52/game; margin: 6.20/game
Games decided by 10+ runs: 11 (by 8+: 21); by 3 or fewer: 16 (8 were 1-run games)
Games over 3:00: 2 (longest: 3:13); under 1:15: 4 (including a 1:06 game)
Total run-rule games: 16 (six by the 10-run rule, 10 by the 8-run rule); Shutouts: 7.
Most runs: 17 (Liberal 17-Laurel 1, #2 and Kansas Cannons 17, Austin Action 5, #16)

 

Tournament batting: .275 (.330 winning, .214 defeated)
17.41 hits, 18 HR (0.39), 115 SB (48.5),
Sterling CO became the seventh team to fail to score in its games, but the Xpress became the first team to get shut out in all three games (the Wichita Sluggers was the sixth team to go 0-2 and fail to score).
Tournament pitching: 5.11 (2.32 winning, 8.02 losing)
8.22 walks, 12.09 strikeouts per game
Tournament fielding: .958 (winning .969; losing .948);
3.02 errors/game, 1.43 double plays/game
most errors in a game: 7 (Salina, #1; Ozark, #8….Fairbanks won a game #35 despite committing 5)
Game #1 saw the most combined errors with 10
Errorless games: Kansas Cannons-Austin Action, #13; Haysville-Santa Barbara, #29, Kansas Stars-Sterling, #33

Following are the current tournament highs:
TEAM GAME HIGHS

Batting
At bats: 46 – Fairbanks Goldpanners (vs Haysville Aviators, Aug 07, 2016)

Runs scored:
17 – Liberal KS BeeJays (vs Laurel MS Black Cats, Jul 29, 2016)
17 – Kansas Cannons (vs Austin TX Action, Aug 01, 2016)

Hits: 18 – NJCAA National Team (vs Liberal KS BeeJays, Aug 06, 2016)

RBIs: 16 – Kansas Cannons (vs Austin TX Action, Aug 01, 2016) Doubles: 4 – (5 games tied)
Triples: 3 – Liberal KS BeeJays (vs Ft. Worth Whitetails, Aug 02, 2016)

Home runs:
2 – NJCAA National Team (vs Liberal KS BeeJays, Aug 06, 2016)
2 – San Diego CA Force (vs Dodge City KS A’s, Aug 06, 2016)

Total bases: 26 – NJCAA National Team (vs Liberal KS BeeJays, Aug 06, 2016)

Walks:
13 – Kansas Cannons (vs Austin TX Action, Aug 01, 2016)
13 – San Diego CA Waves (vs Hutch KS Monarchs, Aug 09, 2016)
Strikeouts: 14 – Hutch KS Monarchs (vs Hays KS Larks, Aug 05, 2016)

Sac hits:
3 – Salina KS Blue Jays (vs Wichita KS Sluggers, Jul 29, 2016)
3 – Seattle WA Studs (vs Dodge City KS A’s, Aug 08, 2016)
3 – NJCAA National Team (vs Liberal KS BeeJays, Aug 06, 2016)

Sac flies: 3 – Kansas Cannons (vs Inland Empire CA, Aug 03, 2016)
Stolen bases:
5 – Valley Ctr Dia Dawgs (vs Game Day CO Saints, Aug 03, 2016)
5 – Valley Ctr Dia Dawgs (vs Kansas Cannons, Aug 04, 2016)
5 – Sant Barb Foresters (vs Haysville Aviators, Aug 05, 2016)

Caught stealing: 2 – (5 games tied)

Hit by pitch:
4 – Sant Barb Foresters (vs Austin Sharp End Ath, Aug 07, 2016)
4 – Valley Ctr Dia Dawgs (vs Game Day CO Saints, Aug 03, 2016)
4 – Ft. Worth Whitetails (vs Park City KS Rangers, Jul 30, 2016)

Runners LOB: 18 – Salina KS Blue Jays (vs Wichita KS Sluggers, Jul 29, 2016)
Hit into DP:
3 – Cape Girardeau MO (vs Liberal KS BeeJays, Aug 04, 2016)
3 – Kansas Cannons (vs Valley Ctr Dia Dawgs, Aug 04, 2016)

Fielding

Putouts: 33 – Fairbanks Goldpnnrs (vs Haysville Aviators, Aug 07, 2016)

Assists: 20 – Salina KS Blue Jays (vs Wichita KS Sluggers, Jul 29, 2016)

Errors:
7 – Ozark MO Generals (vs Valley Ctr Dia Dawgs, Aug 01, 2016)
7 – Salina KS Blue Jays (vs Wichita KS Sluggers, Jul 29, 2016)

Passed balls: 2 – Wichita KS Sluggers (vs Salina KS Blue Jays, Jul 29, 2016)

DPs turned:
3 – Liberal KS BeeJays (vs Cape Girardeau MO, Aug 04, 2016)
3 – Valley Ctr Dia Dawgs (vs Kansas Cannons, Aug 04, 2016)

Pitching

Innings pitched: 11.0 – Fairbanks Goldpnnrs (vs Haysville Aviators, Aug 07, 2016)
Strikeouts: 14 – Hays KS Larks (vs Hutch KS Monarchs, Aug 05, 2016)

Wild pitches:
4 – Inland Empire CA (vs Kansas Cannons, Aug 03, 2016)
4 – Austin Sharp End Ath (vs Haysville Aviators, Aug 09, 2016)

Hit batters:
4 – Park City KS Rangers (vs Ft. Worth Whitetails, Jul 30, 2016)
4 – Game Day CO Saints (vs Valley Ctr Dia Dawgs, Aug 03, 2016)
4 – Austin Sharp End Ath (vs Sant Barb Foresters, Aug 07, 2016)

GAME HIGHS (BOTH TEAMS)

Batting

At bats: 91 – Haysville Aviators vs Fairbanks Goldpnnrs (Aug 07, 2016)
Runs scored:
22 – Hutch KS Monarchs vs San Diego CA Waves (Aug 09, 2016)
22 – Kansas Cannons vs Austin TX Action (Aug 01, 2016)
Hits: 30 – Haysville Aviators vs Fairbanks Goldpnnrs (Aug 07, 2016)
RBIs: 21 – Kansas Cannons vs Austin TX Action (Aug 01, 2016)

Doubles: 6 – Haysville Aviators vs Fairbanks Goldpnnrs (Aug 07, 2016)

Triples: 4 – Liberal KS BeeJays vs Ft. Worth Whitetails (Aug 02, 2016)
Home runs:
2 – NJCAA National Team vs Liberal KS BeeJays (Aug 06, 2016)
2 – Dodge City KS A’s vs San Diego CA Force (Aug 06, 2016)

Total bases: 43 – Haysville Aviators vs Fairbanks Goldpnnrs (Aug 07, 2016)

Walks: 19 – Hutch KS Monarchs vs San Diego CA Waves (Aug 09, 2016)
Strikeouts: 22 – Hays KS Larks vs Hutch KS Monarchs (Aug 05, 2016)

Sac hits: 3 – (5 games tied)
Sac flies: 3 – Kansas Cannons vs Inland Empire CA (Aug 03, 2016)

Stolen bases: 9 – Valley Ctr Dia Dawgs vs Game Day CO Saints (Aug 03, 2016)
Caught stealing:
3 – Seattle WA Studs vs Dodge City KS A’s (Aug 08, 2016)
3 – San Diego CA Force vs Valley Ctr Dia Dawgs (Aug 08, 2016)

Hit by pitch: 6 – Sant Barb Foresters vs Austin Sharp End Ath (Aug 07, 2016)
Runners LOB: 26 – Salina KS Blue Jays vs Wichita KS Sluggers (Jul 29, 2016)

Hit into DP:
4 – Liberal KS BeeJays vs Cape Girardeau MO (Aug 04, 2016)
4 – Haysville Aviators vs Austin Sharp End Ath (Aug 09, 2016)
4 – Valley Ctr Dia Dawgs vs Kansas Cannons (Aug 04, 2016)


FIELDING

Putouts: 65 – Haysville Aviators vs Fairbanks Goldpnnrs (Aug 07, 2016)

Assists: 39 – Salina KS Blue Jays vs Wichita KS Sluggers (Jul 29, 2016)
Errors: 10 – Salina KS Blue Jays vs Wichita KS Sluggers (Jul 29, 2016)

Passed balls:
2 – Salina KS Blue Jays vs Wichita KS Sluggers (Jul 29, 2016)
2 – Hutch KS Monarchs vs San Diego CA Waves (Aug 09, 2016)

DPs turned:
4 – Liberal KS BeeJays vs Cape Girardeau MO (Aug 04, 2016)
4 – Valley Ctr Dia Dawgs vs Kansas Cannons (Aug 04, 2016)
4 – Haysville Aviators vs Austin Sharp End Ath (Aug 09, 2016)


PITCHING

Innings pitched: 21.2 – Haysville Aviators vs Fairbanks Goldpnnrs (Aug 07, 2016)
Runs allowed: 2 – Liberal KS BeeJays vs Sterling CO Xpress (Aug 10, 2016)

Earned runs:
2 – Hutch KS Monarchs vs Northwest WA Honkers (Aug 07, 2016)
2 – Liberal KS BeeJays vs Sterling CO Xpress (Aug 10, 2016)

Strikeouts: 22 – Hays KS Larks vs Hutch KS Monarchs (Aug 05, 2016)

Hits allowed: 4 – Liberal KS BeeJays vs Sterling CO Xpress (Aug 10, 2016)
Wild pitches: 5 – Kansas Cannons vs Inland Empire CA (Aug 03, 2016)

Hit batters: 6 – Sant Barb Foresters vs Austin Sharp End Ath (Aug 07, 2016)


INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Batting

At bats: 6 – (17 players tied) Runs scored: 4 – (4 players tied)

Hits:
4 – Rhett Aplin, NJCAA National Team (vs Liberal KS BeeJays, Aug 06, 2016)
4 – Grant Buchanan, Colorado Cyclones (vs Cape Girardeau MO, Jul 29, 2016)
4 – Hank Loforte, Sant Barb Foresters (vs Austin Sharp End Ath, Aug 07, 2016)

RBIs: 5 – (4 players tied) Doubles: 2 – (6 players tied) Triples: 1 – (42 players tied)

Home runs: 2 – Joseph DeRoche-Duffin, San Diego CA Force (vs Dodge City KS A’s, Aug 06, 2016)
Total bases: 8 – Joseph DeRoche-Duffin, San Diego CA Force (vs Dodge City KS A’s, Aug 06, 2016)

Walks: 4 – Josh Whisler, Valley Ctr Dia Dawgs (vs Kansas Cannons, Aug 04, 2016)
Strikeouts: 5 – Shane Cooper, Hutch KS Monarchs (vs Hays KS Larks, Aug 05, 2016)

Sac hits:
2 – Matt Siedem, Colorado Cyclones (vs Salina KS Blue Jays, Jul 31, 2016)
2 – Kyle Isbel, Sant Barb Foresters (vs Austin Sharp End Ath, Aug 07, 2016)

Sac flies: 1 – (34 players tied)

Stolen bases:
3 – Aaron Marshall, Valley Ctr Dia Dawgs (vs Kansas Cannons, Aug 04, 2016)
3 – Joe Moroney, Sant Barb Foresters (vs Haysville Aviators, Aug 05, 2016)

Caught stealing: 1 – (36 players tied)
Hit by pitch: 3 – Andre Moore, Ft. Worth Whitetails (vs Park City KS Rangers, Jul 30, 2016)

Runners LOB: 6 – Jordan Boyer, Salina KS Blue Jays (vs Wichita KS Sluggers, Jul 29, 2016)

FIELDING

Putouts:
16 – AJ Bruner, Ozark MO Generals (vs Valley Ctr Dia Dawgs, Aug 01, 2016)
16 – Ben Adler, Wichita KS Sluggers (vs Cape Girardeau MO, Jul 31, 2016)

Assists: 7 – (5 players tied)

Errors:
3 – Crit Williams, Salina KS Blue Jays (vs Wichita KS Sluggers, Jul 29, 2016)
3 – Colin Dupree, Ozark MO Generals (vs Valley Ctr Dia Dawgs, Aug 01, 2016)

Passed balls: 2 – Zach Baxley, Wichita KS Sluggers (vs Salina KS Blue Jays, Jul 29, 2016)

PITCHING

Innings pitched:
9.0 – John Branum, Park City KS Rangers (vs Laurel MS Black Cats, Aug 02, 2016)
9.0 – Brady Wright, Cape Girardeau MO (vs Colorado Cyclones, Jul 29, 2016)
Strikeouts: 11 – Keegan Curtis, Hays KS Larks (vs Hutch KS Monarchs, Aug 05, 2016)

Wild pitches:
3 – Arturo Maltos-Garcia, Sterling CO Xpress (vs NJCAA National Team, Aug 08, 2016)
3 – Jake Harrison, Liberal KS BeeJays (vs Park City KS Rangers, Jul 31, 2016)
3 – Nando Ruiz, Inland Empire CA (vs Kansas Cannons, Aug 03, 2016)

Hit batters: 4 – Tanner Lee, Park City KS Rangers (vs Ft. Worth Whitetails, Jul 30, 2016)

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New Fan Experience Membership, Ticket Prices Announced For 2015 World Series

Wichita, KS— The National Baseball Congress is excited to announce the new NBC Fan Club for the upcoming 81st NBC World Series.

This opportunity gives fans unique experiences and benefits during the World Series, July 24-Aug. 8.

Included in the membership is an NBC Fan Club performance T-Shirt, 10 lower box flex tickets, $10 in NBC Concession Bucks. Plus, members will receive access to exclusive team, player and Hall of Fame meet and greet opportunities during the tournament. NBC Fan Club memberships are priced at $75.

Kevin Jenks, NBC World Series general manager, expressed his excitement about the new fan club.

“We want to build an opportunity that gives the fans the feeling of ownership with the National Baseball Congress and their beloved World Series,” Jenks said. “So many of our fans support us year-in, and year-out, it’s time for them to feel rewarded for their loyalty.”

In addition to the membership, members who volunteer for three games during the World Series receive 40-percent off gift shop purchases and 25-percent off NBC fundraising entry fees and events.

However, the NBC Fan Club is not the only way fans or individuals can get involved by volunteering. The tournament depends heavily on the work and effort of volunteers, this year’s tournament being no different.

The NBC World Series also unveiled the new ticket pricing for this year’s summer tournament.

Ticket packages are significantly lower than in years past. Prices are as follows:

Full World Series Pass:

Lower Box: $150*, Upper Box: $120*, Evening Sessions Only: $120*

*World Series Passes include 1 (one) VIP Parking Pass

Individual Sessions:

Lower Box: $10, Upper Box/GA Bleachers: $6

NBC Flex Tickets:

20 Pack: Lower Box: $100, Upper Box: $60
40 pack: Lower Box: $200, Upper Box: $120

For information about our inclusive picnics, party decks and Skybox suites, please contact the National Baseball Congress office, 316-977-9400.

Baseball ‘Round The Clock

The Nicole Kirk-Baseball ‘Round The Clock returns for the 26th straight year and is slated for July 31-Aug. 2.

Entry is $20 while, any fan with a World Series Pass will only be charged $5. Fans this yearhave thechance to compete for a cash prize upon completing and winning the marathon event.

The contest spans 17 games over the three day stretch, beginning with the 4 p.m. game Friday, July 31, and finally concluding with the 10 p.m. game Sunday evening.

Fans will once again compete to see who can outlast the pack and complete all 17 games in 56 hours. For complete contest rules and registration, call the office or contact Jason Ybarra at jason@nbcbaseball.com.

NBC Forms Partnership With D-BAT For Upcoming World Series

The National Baseball Congress proudly announces D-BAT as the official wood bat sponsor for the 81st NBC World Series.

D-BAT, which produces elite professional model wood bats, will provide team bats for the summer showcase, slated to begin July 24.

NBC tournament director and general manager Kevin Jenks expressed his respect and excitement about the opportunity.

“D-BAT produces a quality product that players will be very confident with once they get these bats in their hands,” Jenks said. “The company and their bats are highly respected throughout the baseball industry, as well as, throughout many of the leagues and teams affiliated with the NBC World Series. The partnership between D-BAT and the NBC is truly a perfect fit.”

D-BAT is based out of Carrollton, Texas. For more information about the company and their products, visit dbatinc.com.

 

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