We Love Our Readers! It’s John and Cait’s Blog Reader Appreciation Week and We Want to Know…
As you are probably aware by now, the 2011 season marks the 10th Anniversary of Miller Park.
Here in the marketing department, we’ve really taken the time to reflect on this.
It’s hard to believe that it has already been 10 years since we first opened our gates—and our roof—for a new era of baseball in Milwaukee
Some stadiums are built with just bricks and mortar, but not Miller Park. No, Miller Park was built with the tremendous passion of loyal fans like you and me (because yes, those of us in the front office are all fans, too!).
From the very beginning, it was clear that Miller Park offered one of the best fan experiences in all of sports—and there are so many things we love about Miller Park that it’s hard to choose just one:
- Tailgating on a Saturday afternoon.
- The Klement’s World Famous Sausage Race.
- Singing “Roll Out the Barrel” during the 7th Inning Stretch.
- The roar of the crowd after a home run.
- Bernie cruising down his slide to celebrate a Brewers victory.
- The number one fans in all of baseball.
These reasons—and so many more—are why we chose to center our 2011 advertising campaign on the theme of commemorating the anniversary of this very special place through declarations of love.
All season long, we’ll be celebrating our great ballpark and all of the things that make our very own Brewers experience so unique by highlighting the things that our players, fans and yes, even our mascots, love best in our print, online and outdoor ads.
And here is where you come in… These ads all beg the question: What do you love about Miller Park?
Tell us about your favorite memory, your favorite food, your favorite place to take in the game, or just what keeps you coming back again and again.
Post your own declarations of love as comments below and then follow up with an email to us at email@example.com. We’ll be rewarding random readers with tickets to an upcoming game because… one of the things that John and I love best? You!
For another chance to weigh in on the Miller Park experience, check out John’s post “Where Do the Brewers Rank?”