Posted June 5, 2013

MEDIA CONTACT
David Shaw, (415) 561-3064
Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy

TOWER TOP TROPHY DAY

Visit the Round House at the Golden Gate Bridge Plaza to Get Your Picture Taken with the SF Giants’ 2012 World Championship Trophy

WHO: Baseball fans, San Francisco aficionados
   
WHAT: The SF Giants’ 2012 World Championship Trophy is coming to the Golden Gate Bridge! Get your picture taken with a World Series trophy! Special “green screen” format will allow you to pose atop the Bridge’s South Tower with the trophy.Cost: $20.00 for a professional 5x7 photograph in a commemorative folder (2/$30.00). All proceeds benefit the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, the nonprofit membership partner of the National Park Service.
   
WHEN: Sunday, June 9th, 2013, 9:45 am-1:15 pm. Trophy photos will end promptly at 1:15 pm. Photos are first-come, first-served and are not guaranteed. Come early!
   
WHERE: Round House, Golden Gate Bridge Plaza: southeast corner of the GG Bridge, adjacent to toll booths. The last San Francisco exit before the Bridge.
   
WHY: Commemorate the San Francisco Giants’ 2012 World Championship with an exclusive professional photo of yourself or your family (virtually) standing atop the Golden Gate Bridge with the World Series trophy. A great Father’s Day gift for the Giants’ fan in your family!
   
NOTE: Due to limited parking options (see map below), we highly recommend you walk, bike, or take public transportation to this event. Check www.511.org for public transportation planning. Muni Route 28, the PresidiGo Shuttle, and numerous Golden Gate Transit bus lines stop at the Bridge Plaza. This is a trophy photo event, not a trophy “viewing” event and all trophy photos will be taken by an authorized professional photographer only. No personal photography of the trophy will be allowed.

About the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy

The Parks Conservancy is the nonprofit membership organization created to preserve the Golden Gate National Parks, enhance the experiences of park visitors, and build a community dedicated to conserving the parks for the future. The Conservancy is an authorized “cooperating association” of the National Park Service, and is one of more than 70 such nonprofit organizations working with national parks around the country. To learn more, please visit www.parksconservancy.org or call (415) 561-3000.

Map showing parking in the vicinity of the Golden Gate Bridge Round House