Bank of America is launching a program called “Let’s Rally” to mark the return of Major League Baseball this year and has released a new ad to inform that the Boys & Girls Club of America will receive donations from Bank of America for every come-from-behind rally win or with the purchase of MLB player designed t-shirts.
“A setback… Well, that’s just a comeback you haven’t met yet. This season, Bank of America is donating to Boys & Girls Club of America for each late inning rally,” the voiceover says on the 30-second ad, which is scored by Willie Nelson’s 1982 version of “Always On My Mind”.
Bank of America, Official Bank of Major League Baseball, invites you to check out its website for more information on the “Let’s Rally” program. The bank informs that, any time a team rallies from 2 or more behind after the 7th inning to win, they will donate $10,000 to Boys & Girls Clubs of America. On the website, baseball players can purchase a variety of T-shirts created in collaboration with players from all 30 MLB teams, and for each shirt purchased, a donation of $7 will be made to Boys & Girl Clubs of America to support children across local communities – up to $200,000.