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Today at Miller Park, Brewers President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Doug Melvin held his end of season press conference. The 45 minute session touched on a number of topics about the 2013 Brewers and what the off-season and future hold for the team.
In addition, the Brewers Media Relations Department released the annual end-of-season notes packet! Always a popular piece of information to get Brewers media (and now fans) through the off-season, the end-of-season notes has everything you need from a statistical standpoint.
You can click this link for the: End_of_Season_Notes.
Here are two videos from two videos with some highlights of what Melvin had to say:
There are a lot of signs that the entire organization is looking ahead to 2014. As Cait mentioned earlier, the field renovation is already underway, the baseball ops department is looking ahead and here in media relations, we will soon get started on the 2014 Media Guide!
It’s true, Brewers fans really are the best fans in all of baseball.
Thank you so much for coming out to Miller Park and showing your support this season.
In case you missed it, here is a video that was played last weekend during the Brewers vs. Cardinals games at Miller Park. Perhaps you spot yourself in here somewhere?
In addition, several of our players have special messages for you as well:
Stay tuned to the blog and our social channels as we wrap up the 2013 season and look forward to 2014–we’ll have more to share.
Fans should plan to bring their appetite for baseball, food and drinks to upcoming games at Miller Park because for the month of August, the Brewers are treating.
Milwaukee Brewers Chairman and Principal Owner Mark Attanasio today announced what could be a first in all of Major League sports – all fans attending any of the 12 Brewers home games in August will receive a $10 voucher for free concessions, merchandise and game tickets at Miller Park.
“This has been a challenging season for all of us, but the one thing that has never wavered has been the tremendous support we have received from fans who love the Brewers,” Attanasio said today. “We wanted to do something meaningful to show our appreciation, and we will strive to provide the best fan experience possible.”
Here are the details: Every ticketed fan coming through the turnstiles in August will receive a voucher good for $10 that can be used for food, beverage, merchandise and tickets sold at nearly every outlet (only excluding Friday’s Front Row, portable merchandise stands, Miller Park Suites, the Johnson Controls Stadium Club and All-Inclusive entertaining areas). Vouchers may be combined (meaning that fans attending with friends and family members, or those attending multiple games, can combine the vouchers for larger purchases) and used at any remaining 2013 home game. The vouchers can also be used toward the purchase of game tickets this season.
“The deadline is the end of the season to use the vouchers,” said Rick Schlesinger, Brewers Chief Operating Officer. ”If you get them in August, you can use them at the game you are attending or if you are coming back to another game you can use them at another game, basically all the way to the end of the season. You will get the voucher at the gate and go to a concession stand or merchandise store or ticket window.”
With attendance expected to average over 30,000 per game in August, the Brewers expect to distribute more than $3.6 million worth of vouchers.
“Different teams have done different things for their venues and fan base,” Schlesinger added. ”We have not found anyone who has done something this dramatic. This is a lot of money to give back to the fans. It’s a lot of food, beverage, beer, merchandise and ticket discounts absorbed by this voucher. We haven’t seen another team do this for an entire month, let alone a busy month. When Mark first challenged us to come up with something and proposed this concept, my initial reaction was we do something in September because it’s the end of the season and obviously from a financial perspective, its smaller crowds. But Mark said no, and wanted to do something a little more dramatic and with more impact. The best way to do that is do it in August when we have bigger crowds and has the benefit of being immediate.”
This is the first in a series of special fan appreciation initiatives that the Brewers will unveil during the final two months of the season under an umbrella program known as “Fans First.” Additional details of “Fans First” events will be announced throughout August and September.
We all know that Opening Day is a practically a holiday in Milwaukee—and a hot ticket. Looking forward to it helps Brewers fans get through the long, cold winter and counting down to Opening Day helps add to Brewers fans’ anticipation about the 2013 season.
And at this point, with just 31 days to go until April 1, the only way you can really secure your seats for the game against the Colorado Rockies is by purchasing a Brewers 10-pack. Starting at just $180, there are five exciting 10-Pack plans to choose from, all featuring 10 home games, plus Opening Day or any other game of your choice for FREE (while supplies last). The Brewers 10-Packs also offer several benefits, including savings on parking, regular pricing for Gold and Marquee Games and a guaranteed seat location for the 10 games in each plan (exact seating is not guaranteed for Opening Day).
There is also just one other way for one lucky fan to get tickets: Our #SEEUAPRIL1 Instagram and Twitter contest.
Ever since January 1, we’ve been counting down the days until Opening Day in various ways across many different media from our outdoor billboards to our social media platforms and now we want to hear (or rather, SEE) how you’re passing the days.
Show us the creative way(s) you count down to Opening Day and you could be chosen to be in the crowd on Monday, April 1, 2013 as the Crew takes on the Colorado Rockies at 1:10pm and kicks of the 2013 season!
Create an original photo showing how you count down to the Brewers Home Opener. Tag it on Instagram and/or Twitter using hashtag #SEEUAPRIL1 for a chance to win a pair of Terrace Box tickets (a $50 value) to Opening Day! For complete details and official rules, visit brewers.com/seeuapril1.
See below for a gallery of some of our postings so far!
And don’t forget–there is just one winner in this contest, so if you want to GUARANTEE your place in the crowd on Opening Day, purchase your Brewers 10-Pack and get in for FREE–while you still can!
Good luck in the contest and I’ll #SEEUAPRIL1!
Did you follow along with our #GUESSBREW Bobblehead Reveal?
In case you missed it, in 2013, we have slated 10 All-Fan Giveaway dates on Sundays throughout the season where every fan in attendance will receive a bobblehead featuring different Brewers personnel. The bobbles feature current players, alumni, mascots, etc.—and we revealed them here and across all of our social media platform over the past two weeks.
In case you missed it, the 2013 bobblehead lineup is as follows:
While individual tickets won’t go on sale until February, you can still lock in your favorite bobbles with Season Ticket Packages (the 20-Game Sunday Plus Plan includes ‘em all!), or you can gift them–many of our Brewers Holiday 4-Packs include at least one bobblehead date!
Enjoy your weekend!
-John & Cait
Have you been following along with our #GUESSBREW Bobblehead Reveal?
In case you missed it, in 2013, we have slated 10 All-Fan Giveaway dates on Sundays throughout the season where every fan in attendance will receive a bobblehead featuring different Brewers personnel. The bobbles feature current players, alumni, mascots, etc.—and we’ve been revealing them here and across all of our social media platforms each weekday. We’re at the halfway point now and so far, we’ve announced the following bobbleheads (click on the links to learn more about each one!):
Check back next week as we reveal the final five bobbleheads for 2013!
Enjoy your weekend!
-John & Cait
Brewers Announce Postseason Single-Game Ticketing Opportunity Details; Register Online Beginning Monday at Noon CT
Things have certainly been exciting around here!
Today we announced details for a Postseason Single-Game Ticketing Opportunity that will give fans an opportunity to register for the right to purchase tickets to potential individual 2012 Postseason games held at Miller Park.
Beginning Monday, September 24 at noon CT.,fans interested in registering may go to brewers.com/postseason and look for the link to “Postseason Single-Game Ticketing Opportunity.”
With inventory expected to be very limited, it is likely that only a very small number of fans will be selected to purchase tickets through this registration opportunity.
“In 2011, we had over 200,000 fans register for a similar opportunity and we were only able to accommodate a very small fraction of them,” said Rick Schlesinger, Brewers Chief Operating Officer. “As such, we encourage fans looking for guaranteed Postseason ticket rights to contact our ticket sales office at (414) 902-HITS (4487) and place a deposit on 2013 Season Seats.”
Fans looking to ensure tickets to Postseason games at Miller Park may bypass this single game registration by placing a deposit on a Season Seat Plan for 2013.
Details on all Postseason ticket options follow:
POSTSEASON SINGLE-GAME TICKETING OPPORTUNITY
- Registration for the Wild Card and National league Division Series (NLDS) rounds will begin at 12:00 p.m. CT Monday, September 24 and will close at 11:59 p.m. CT, Sunday, September 30.
- The Brewers will conduct a random selection of winners from the pool of registrants for each of the three Postseason series. The Wild Card and NLDS winners will be notified via email on Tuesday, October 2 and will have the opportunity to purchase up to four (4) tickets to one (1) game of the Wild Card OR NLDS, while supplies last.
- While registration for the Wild Card and NLDS will close on September 30, it will remain open for the National League Championship Series and World Series. Winners for those two rounds will be selected from the pool of registrants at later dates. Registrants (including winners of previous drawings) will be eligible for each drawing.
- All 2012 Postseason tickets purchased for individual games through Brewers.com will be “print at home.”
- There is no charge to register for this opportunity, and additional rules and information are available at brewers.com/postseason.
GUARANTEED RIGHTS TO POSTSEASON TICKETS
- The first option is for fans to purchase a Full Season Ticket Plan for the 2013 season. Fans who select this option will be given the opportunity to purchase tickets to ALL 2012 Postseason games at Miller Park, including the World Series (while supplies last).
- The second option is for fans to purchase a 20-Game Plan for the 2013 season. Those who choose this option will be given the opportunity to purchase tickets to all 2012 Wild Card, NLDS and NLCS games at Miller Park (while supplies last).
- Fans interested in either one of these two options can visit brewers.com/postseason or call (414) 902-HITS (4487).