Colourful Windows Help Promote World Junior Baseball Championships


THUNDER BAY – Through the summer windows across Thunder Bay are going to start getting a lot more colourful. The 2010 IBAF World Junior Baseball Championships are coming here to Thunder Bay this summer!  Twelve of the world’s best national junior teams are set to play an incredible 46 games over 10 amazing days of baseball this summer at both Port Arthur Stadium and Baseball Central.

The Thunder Bay International Baseball Association are proud announce that riklan designs have joined the team to help promote the 2010 IBAF World Junior Baseball Championships!  riklan designs’ expertise lies in creative window painting, and is the entrepreneurial result of Manny Fors, a talented Thunder Bay artist who started the business in December 2009.

Manny has had great success offering Thunder Bay business owners a creative, colourful, economical and eco-friendly way to decorate and advertise using their windows.

Fors is excited to be a part of the World Junior Baseball Championships too!  “I’m proud to be from Thunder Bay and to promote this amazing event,” shared Fors.  “This event is just the beginning for riklan designs…I hope to help promote many of the special events that Thunder Bay offers!”

For just $50.00, riklan designs will paint a special version of this event’s logo (shown below) at your place of business.  The size of the logo will be approximately 22” by 12” but can be changed to accommodate your windows and/or preferences.

Window painting is a fun and quick way for businesses to promote a special, or to share something that is happening. They are very popular in Calgary, Edmonton and in California, and now Thunder Bay.

To contact riklan designs, visit their website at

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