Danville baseball group unveils new name: Otterbots | Sports Information

A crucial piece in the reorganization of Danville baseball arrived into fruition Tuesday morning when normal manager Austin Scher revealed the new title of the franchise: Otterbots. 

About the program of two weeks, Scher mentioned they acquired much more than 600 identify tips for the name. Instead than selecting a title from those submitted, Scher and his colleagues collected remark ideas and themes to make Danville’s identification as 1.

The most important blue in the Otterbots symbol represents the Dan River, as it spotlights the tobacco and textile industries. Danville’s secondary shade, orange, highlighted in the eyes of the otter, resembles the color of the “Household” indicator that formally exhibited on the Dan River Fabrics atop the city’s iconic White Mill creating.

“When Brittney and Ryan Keur of Knuckleball Entertainment finalized a very long-phrase MOU (memorandum of understanding) with the town of Danville, we right away started off to connect with all-around town to introduce ourselves as an corporation and get to know Danville and the Southside outside of the surface area level,” Scher stated at a Tuesday information convention hosted by Ballard Brewing in downtown Danville.

Scher reported he talked to area organization homeowners and operators, leaders of civic companies and nonprofit teams, alongside with and long-time admirers of Danville baseball.

“Those discussions manufactured it incredibly distinct to us the selection of strategies for a new group identification was as large as the Dan River and as considerably-achieving as the Appalachians” Scher extra.

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