Where Do the Brewers Rank?

Every year around this time, ESPN.com hosts its annual “Ultimate Franchise Fan Satisfaction Survey.”  The short online survey asks a series of questions about how their favorite sports franchise is doing in making the most use of their dollars and fans of that franchise are getting the most for the dollars they put into supporting the team.  It also rates the fans thoughts on how ownership, management and on field performance of the team.

The Brewers have traditionally fared well among its peers in surveys like these.  Last year, the Brewers ranked 31st of all 122 sports teams that were ranked (MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL) and the year before, the Brewers were ranked seventh of 122 teams.  Also, in a report released earlier this month by Team Marketing Report, the Brewers were the eighth most affordable fan experience among the 30 Major League baseball teams and ranked 19% under the MLB average.

This independent survey is just one way Brewers management gauges how the team is doing in all areas as the voice of the fan does count!  This is a great opportunity for the Brewers to shine on a stage in front of their peers and for the organization to take a look at the results and see where to make improvements.  Take a look at the survey here and take a couple of minutes to vote.

Results are released in July in ESPN the Magazine and we will see how the Brewers do in the rankings at that time.

While you are at it, take a look at the Brewers Fan Value Corner on Brewers.com to learn ways fans can stretch their dollar when enjoying Brewers baseball at Miller Park this season.  The Fan Value Corner is an easily navigated page where deals are organized by date.









Maryvalle needs lots of improvements. This was our 4th year of spring training. This is the worst park for food, seating without cup holders etc. The “Ice Man” and the sausage race keep things up beat. Check Peoria and Suprise for food and comfort. I am a die hard Brewer fan. Miller Park rocks. Appleton is fun also. I will also get to Nashville this year. Get healthy, beat the Cubs, win the division over the Reds and Cards. Good Luck. Remember your message to the Packers. You take care of the Bears we will take care of the Cubs. This is a must.

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