13 November 2006

Announcement coming Tuesday

From the A's press release:
Oakland A's Owner and Managing Partner Lew Wolff will be making a major announcement tomorrow at 11:30 a.m. PT regarding the team's quest for a new ballpark in the Bay Area.

The announcement will be available live on at 11:30 a.m. PT. FSN Bay Area will also show the broadcast.
From Cisco's press release:
Oakland Athletics and Cisco Systems To Host Press Conference

Who: Oakland Athletics and Cisco

What: The Oakland Athletics and Cisco will host a press conference for a special announcement.

Cisco's Executive Briefing Center
300 Tasman Drive, San Jose, CA (Building 10)

Tuesday, November 14, 2006
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. PT
Doors open at 10:30 a.m. for TV camera set-up

Public can view the press conference live on FSN or via live webcast at A replay will be available following the event at

Update: I have a credential, but unforseen circumstances will force me to be unable to attend. I'll be streaming along with many of you.


Anonymous said...

It's supposed to be televised live on FSN. If you can't get in, at least you can watch it.

bartleby said...

The A's just sent me an e-mail stating the press conference will be broadcast live on their web site as well (for those who will be at work).

Marine Layer said...

Thanks. Update coming...

Kevin said...

Funny I ust spoke with an A's sales Rep this morning. Suggested that the A's make the press conference available on their website. Also suggested that they get something out in the mail to STH, as well as potential STH regarding the Fremont ballpark. He said there is definitely a lot of excitement surrounding the new ballpark.

He also said that immediately after the playoffs, they received Appx. 2000 deposits for 2007 season tickets.

Bleacher Dave said...

I'd like to attend. Anyone know if its open to the public, and exaclty where on Cisco's campus it is?

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

The Grandpa who cried WOLFF!!!!

Anonymous said...

Oakland soon to be Oklnd

Bleacher Dave said...

Someone tell them an audio only option should always be offered. Not everyone has the bandwidth.