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San Francisco Chronicle Offers 2012 Giants World Series Package


The package includes five souvenir editions and a front-page t-shirt.

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 31, 2012

The San Francisco Chronicle is offering a special, commemorative package of its coverage of the San Francisco Giants' victorious playoff run, culminating with the 2012 World Series championship. The package includes the Monday, Oct. 29, 2012 San Francisco Chronicle, covering the World Series championship. In addition, the package has coverage from Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2012, the day after the Giants clinched the National League Championship Series; a stadium EXTRA sold only at AT&T Park, celebrating the NLCS win; the EXTRA sold only at the championship parade on Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012; and the Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012 special, commemorative section highlighting the team's season. Purchasers may also buy a souvenir t-shirt, featuring the front page of the October 29 newspaper.

"The Chronicle is pleased to be able to offer Giants fans this commemorative package that contains keepsake issues of the newspaper as well as limited-edition EXTRA newspapers,” said Mick Cohen, vice president, circulation. "The excitement in the Bay Area for the Giants' second World Series victory in three years is contagious. This package will help fans capture that excitement for years to come."

The package is available online at

The Chronicle is the Bay Area's leading source for in-depth, hard-hitting coverage of Bay Area sports. From year-round coverage of the Giants to stories and expert opinions from a one-of-a-kind lineup of columnists following all Bay Area teams, The Chronicle offers the most comprehensive coverage of sports in the region.

About the San Francisco Chronicle/
The six-time Pulitzer Prize-winning San Francisco Chronicle is the Bay Area's leading news and information source and has been connecting the region with its award-winning journalism since its founding in 1865. Combined with its online home,, the San Francisco Chronicle reaches 1.7 million Bay Area adults each week.

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