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SOURCE New York Daily News
Contest for 25 pairs of tickets to Derek Jeter Day On September 7th
$22,222.22 Donation to Jeter's Turn2 Foundation Will Honor Yankees Captain's "Momentous Contributions" to New York City
New York Daily News September 7th Print Edition & NYDailyNews.com Will Dedicate Section to Commemorate One of Baseball's Greatest Careers
NEW YORK, Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The New York Daily News announced today the launch of a partnership with the New York Yankees in honor of retiring Major League Baseball star and Yankees captain, Derek Jeter. To mark the occasion, the New York Daily News will be giving away 25 pairs of tickets to Derek Jeter Day on September 7th as a part of a contest launched [on its website]. The Daily News will also make a $22,222.22 donation to Jeter's Turn 2 Foundation, which promotes healthy lifestyles for kids, to be presented at a ceremony on Friday, September 19th, 2014.
"For two decades of loyalty and excellence, Derek Jeter has shown us what it means to be a New Yorker," said Colin Myler, President & Editor-In-Chief of the New York Daily News. "As New York's hometown newspaper and number one destination for all baseball fans, we are proud to partner with the Yankees to salute and honor one of the games true heroes."
As part of the partnership, the New York Daily News will run a special Jeter-dedicated section in its September 7th print edition featuring 30 pages of editorial, including an in-depth look at Jeter's rise to baseball greatness by Wayne Coffey as well as a special column flanked by iconic photos, key stats and graphs, and a special commemorative Derek Jeter poster by Daily News artist Ed Murawinski. Sports columnist Mike Lupica and Baseball Hall of Fame columnist Bill Madden will also reflect on Jeter's career and historic impact on the game of baseball.
The special section will also give readers a chance to wish the beloved shortstop farewell with select reader letters as well as emails, Tweets and Instagram messages-with the hashtag #FarewellCaptain-called out in the print special section and online.
At NYDailyNews.com, the dedicated digital Jeter section offers readers unlimited access to interactive timelines, maps, video, photos, columns, polls, a live end-of-career countdown clock and the New York Daily News' exclusive "All Time Greatest Yankee" facts-and-figures feature.
"Over a twenty-year-long career, Derek Jeter has built a legacy that fans will be talking about for decades to come," said New York Daily News Sports Editor Teri Thompson. "He's given the sport his all-which is a lot-and in doing so, he's made a momentous contribution to not only the game but also to his city."
With almost 2 million daily readers of its print edition and 42 million monthly unique visitors to its website (according to Adobe Analytics), the New York Daily Newsis one of the most powerful sports news outlets in the country and the number-one outlet for New York's baseball fans.
The Daily News' baseball coverage is among the most widely followed in the country, with distinguished columnists-including New York Times bestselling author and award-winning sports columnist Mike Lupica, five-time author John Harper, award-winning sportswriter Filip Bondy, and Baseball Hall of Fame J.G. Taylor Spink Award winner Bill Madden-leading the outlet's MLB commentary and analysis.
At NYDailyNews.com, over six million unique visitors per month to the outlet's sports section get access to the latest game-time coverage, analysis, complete team stats, real-time Twitter updates, schedules, video and photos of MLB, NBA, NFL and NHL sports, as well as NCAA, soccer, boxing, racing, golf, tennis and MMA teams, athletes and events.
The New York Daily News Sports Department was awarded the 2013 Associated Press Sports Editor "Triple Crown" for its Sunday section, website and Special Section in the contest's largest circulation category. Over recent years, the New York Daily News has finished first in every APSE category, including in the features, breaking news, game story, enterprise and explanatory categories.
About the New York Daily News :
With 2 million readers in New York, and 42 million national unique visitors online each month, the Daily News is the most widely read tabloid in the city and one of America's fastest-growing web sites. Covering breaking news, politics, sports, entertainment, celebrity, lifestyle, opinion, business and health, the New York Daily News delivers up-to-the-minute reporting, rich photography and compelling video to readers of its print newspaper, industry-leading website, tablet apps, and iPhone, Blackberry and Android e-editions.
The New York Daily News has won 10 Pulitzer Prize Awards for excellence in journalism. In 2013, it was awarded four New York State Associated Press Association awards and took the Associated Press Sports Editors awards' "Triple Crown" as well as first place in the Investigative category across all circulation categories. In addition to its news operations, the New York Daily News runs Daily News Digital Solutions and the Innovation Lab startup incubator.
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