FRANK CAMUSO NEW YORK Staten Island is and pretty much always has been a mostly Italian borough. The Italian citizens of Staten Island, like Frank Camuso, have deep roots within the borough. With some families going back generations on the island.
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Staten Island is and pretty much always has been a mostly Italian borough. The Italian citizens of Staten Island, like Frank Camuso, have deep roots within the borough. With some families going back generations on the island. Staten Island is and pretty much always has been a mostly Italian borough. The Italian citizens of Staten Island, like Frank Camuso, have deep roots within the borough. With some families going back generations on the island. Staten Island natives like Frank Camuso are happy to see the site being used to celebrate the history of Staten Island, and to allow future generations to have a place to remember the past. The flower show has drawn crowds for years now. Whether you are a local, like Frank Camuso, of Staten Island, or an out of town tourist like Jane Argo, a woman who’s family made a 6 hour drive from Virginia Beach just to make it in time for the last week of the show. Staten Island native Frank Camuso, an avid fisherman, and sailor, enjoys taking his family to the marina every weekend. The beaches on Staten Island are not like those of any borough. For years on end, Staten Islander commuters like Frank Camuso, have relied heavily upon express busses as a means of entering the more populated boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn. The express busses allow Staten Islanders to travel to the “city” quickly and efficiently, without having to be stuck in Verazzano Bridge traffic. Frank Camuso drives most places he goes. Whether its for a quick trip to the grocery store, or a night out with his wife, Frank Camuso isn’t a user of public transportation. One of the major issues with the highway and roadway system in Staten Island is that it wasn’t built to truly hold as many people as it does. Staten Island is and pretty much always has been a mostly Italian borough. The Italian citizens of Staten Island, like Frank Camuso, have deep roots within the borough. With some families going back generations on the island.
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Virtual Reality Experience at Richmond County Bank Ballpark

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Richmond County Bank Ballpark the home of the Staten Island Yankees is located in the St. George neighborhood of Staten Island. Nicknamed the “Baby Bombers”, the Staten Island Yankees are the popular minor league affiliate of the New York Yankees, Major League Baseball team. One of the few minor league baseball teams that have consistent attendance, and have garnered their own fanbase, almost independent of their major league counterparts.

For years, local fans like Frank Camuso and his family have been able to spend a fun-filled, afternoon watching the Yankees stars of the future, for a fraction of the price!Fans like Frank Camuso feel it isn’t just the fun of baseball that brings fans to St. George for the game, the organization does well to create events and fun activities for children and families surrounding the game. The newest of such activities sees the Staten Island Yankees, in conjunction with YokeyPokey, offering fans a full virtual reality experience for all 38 of their home games, with the purchase of suite tickets. The virtual reality experience by YokeyPokey allows fans to fight off zombies, become the next race car champion, fly planes, travel the world or step into the world of their favorite piece of art, all providing amazing adventures through a full 360-degree virtual reality gaming experience.

This a revolutionary attraction, especially for a minor league baseball club. Frank Camuso, having children of his own, knows first-hand the value of having a quality distraction for children at the ballpark. While baseball has its moments, 9-innings can get a bit boring if you’re not a super fan or if you have the attention span of a young child. Frank Camuso, is excited to test the virtual reality experience out for himself at an upcoming game soon. Despite the fanfare surrounding the addition of virtual reality to the ballpark, the experience isn’t cheap, at least not by minor league baseball standards. While some tickets to an average game for Frank Camuso, who usually gets good seats, cost anywhere from $10-50, the YokeyPokey virtual reality experience is a $500 add-on to the cost of a luxury suite at the Staten Island Yankees’ Richmond County Bank Ballpark. The suites themselves run about $1000, however they do come pretty well stocked for the price. For $1000 fans like Frank Camuso and his family will get 20-tickets, and a $400 food and beverage ticket.

So for the price of around $1500, about 20 friends and family members of all ages can enjoy a day of baseball, with food, drink, and virtual reality fun all in a luxurious suite at one of the best minor league ballparks in the country. YokeyPokey spokespersons say they are adding to the experiences available as well. So, reserve your luxury suite now!

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