Freedom House Night at the Green Bay Bullfrogs

For Immediate Release: July 7, 2014 – On Thursday, July 10, 2014, the Green Bay Bullfrogs will honor homeless families with children by featuring Freedom House that night during their game against the Battle Creek Bombers. The Green Bay Bullfrogs and Nicolet National Bank have partnered to present the Nicolet National Bank Community Connection during all 36 Bullfrogs games this summer. Robyn Davis, President of Freedom House, will throw out the first pitch at that night’s game.

“We are delighted to have this opportunity to spread the word about what we do to a larger and different audience,” said Robyn Davis, President of Freedom House. “And to have fun doing so, we’re really looking forward to the night’s events.”

“We very much enjoy giving back to the community in this way,” said  Sieeria Vieaux, Marketing Manager for the Green Bay Bullfrogs baseball team. “Our partnership with Nicolet National Bank makes it possible at no cost to the nonprofits we honor. Freedom House is definitely an asset to our community and we’re delighted we can help them help homeless families with children.”

Everyone is invited to attend and enjoy the night’s activities. Tickets are available by visiting the Bullfrogs website,; by calling the Bullfrogs ticket office at (920) 497-7225; or at the door. Box office opens at 5:30 p.m., the first pitch is scheduled at 7:05 p.m. from Joannes Stadium.

Freedom House was started in 1992 by a handful of Green Bay churches to address the growing issue of homelessness. Its vision is to provide programs that cause families to be successful in all areas of their lives – spiritually, emotionally, socially, physically, financially and intellectually. Its program involves a step-by-step action plan individualized for each family aimed at obtaining permanent housing and employment, and restoring the family unit. The result is a positive and beneficial environment that encourages families to live more productive, healthy and fulfilling lives. Since its inception, Freedom House has served nearly 1,200 families and more than 2,400 children in the Northeastern Wisconsin area. Currently 10 families are in house with 11 adults and 24 children. Another 43 Brown County families are on a waiting list, with 45 adults and 93 children. More information is available at



For More Information, contact:

Freedom House:           Robyn Davis, President, (920) 432-4646 (office), (920) 227-8310 (cell), Web Site:

Deckert Strategic:         Mary Deckert, 920-494-9370 (office), 920-265-2563 (cell),        

Green Bay Bullfrogs:    Sieeria Vieaux, 920.497.7225,