So, after reading the thread on how DL is being advertised behind home plate at several MLB parks in California, I've come up with an idea or two with logic tie-ins for those teams (and the others) involved.
First, Disneyland should sponsor the annual in-season six game series known as "The Freeway Series" between the Los Angels Dodgers and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Orange County California et al. At one game in each series, every fan in attendence would get a coupon entitling themselves to a Two-Day Park Hopper Pass for the price of a regular One-Day Admission during certain periods of the year. Also, at another game, have Mickey, Minnie and a couple face characters (like Peter Pan and Wendy for example) for meet and greets during the game. And to top it off, at that same game, give away a pair of Mouse Ears (Dodger Blue at Chavez Ravine, Angels Red three miles from THPoE) with the Freeway Series logo to kids under the age of 14 (Dodgers) or between the ages of two and eighteen years of age (Angels).
As for the other three teams, the Giants, the Athletics and the Padres, have the same Two-Day Park Hopper for One Day Admission coupon promotion during one game, along with character visits. What do you think of these ideas?