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Group Tickets On Sale Wednesday

Calling all company outings, church groups, civic organizations, non-profits, school & youth groups, family reunions, birthday parties, bachelor parties and more: It is time to get your gang together and plan your Brewers outings for 2014!

The Milwaukee Brewers Group Sales Department will begin to sell group ticket packages to the general public for all home dates (except Opening Day) beginning this Wednesday at 9 a.m.  Group orders of 25 or more tickets have prices starting as low as $5 per person for designated dates and can be ordered by calling the group sales department at 414-902-GRPS (4777).

Groups at Miller Park enjoy the advantage of locking in their seating locations before individual tickets go on sale to the general public on Saturday, March 1. Some of the benefits for group outings at Miller Park include name recognition on the Miller Park scoreboard, block seating in a preferred location, no per ticket handling fees and up to four tickets to a future game for the group leader.

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The 2014 schedule features high-profile opponents making weekend appearances at Miller Park such as the Yankees, Cubs, Dodgers and Cardinals.  Monday through Thursday games offer many ways to save on group tickets with prices starting at $5 for select gamesThe earlier a group purchases tickets, the more they save.

Prices for All-Inclusive Areas range from $48-$112 per person.  These areas include the Miller Lite Party Deck, located just above the right field bleachers; the ATI Club and the Harley-Davidson Deck, both areas featuring new menus; the Gehl Club, named one of the Top 5 luxury areas in all of baseball by Forbes Travel Guide; and the Dew Deck, featuring a 25-foot high climbing wall.

Also available are 20-person and 30-person Party Suites available for single game rental, which offer open-air seating, a private lounge that features a wet bar and in-house flat panel HD televisions, as well as complete food and beverage service from DNC Sportservice.

Plus, mark your calendars for our key large group days for 2014, such as Weather Day (April 2 vs. Atlanta), Little League Night (June 23 vs. Washington), Boy Scout Night (July 21 vs. Cincinnati), Girl Scout Night (July 25 vs. New York-NL) and American Legion Day (August 10 vs. Los Angeles-NL).

Groups can make a purchase by calling the Brewers group sales department at 414-902-GRPS (4777) or by visiting, beginning at 9 a.m. this Wednesday.

– Cait

Happy 110th, Harley-Davidson!

This weekend, Milwaukee is gearing up for one heck of a party in celebration of Harley-Davidson’s 110th Anniversary.


Tens of thousands of riders from across the globe will congregate for four memorable days full of  bikes, music, and parties.

Harley-Davidson has long been a great partner of ours (note the H-D Deck & Crew H-D ticket package), and in 2008 for the 105th Anniversary Celebration, we were happy to host several events on the Miller Park grounds.

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This year, the Crew is in town to take on the Angels (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) and the Pirates (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday), so there won’t be any concerts held here, but we’re still happy to be a part of the celebration–welcoming any riders who can make the time to take in a game while they are in town; hosting the Deeley Harley Canada Rally today; and also, as the starting point for a very important event on Saturday morning.

On Saturday, over 6,000 Harley-Davidson riders will make their way to Miller Park  to take part in a massive parade which begins at 10am and goes “all the way down Wisconsin Avenue” as Bob Uecker would say, eventually ending at the Summerfest Grounds. Only riders with parade passes are allowed to take part in this event and meet at Miller Park, but everyone else is invited to line the streets along the route. For more information, including a route map, click here. The official Anniversary site also has complete details on all of the events going on around the city. [Note: There is also a ride to the game on Monday from House of Harley. For more information on that, click here.]

We’re looking forward to seeing all of the bikes out here on Saturday morning, and hopefully many riders and visitors making their way to Miller Park to check out a game or two in between Anniversary events.


-John and Cait

Brewers All-Inclusive Areas Now More Inclusive Than Ever Before!

Listen up, Brewers fans!

We’ve got a special offer for you for next Tuesday’s Brewers vs. A’s game at Miller Park: Purchase a ticket in the Harley-Davidson Deck or the new Miller Lite Party Deck–which includes a full buffet and two drinks per person–for just $39.

See, in the past, our all-inclusive areas (that is, areas that include your game ticket + food & beverage) have typically been available only for group purchase, but over the years, we’ve received lots of feedback from fans who may not have a large group, but are still interested in testing out these areas.

Well, we’ve listened, and now we’re making our all-inclusive areas more inclusive than ever before! Through this offer,  you’ll get the chance to purchase individual tickets in these areas so you can experience them for yourself and of course, tell your friends!

Link to Harley-Davidson Deck Offer

Link to Miller Lite Party Deck Offer

But that’s not all– Brewers fans now have the opportunity to purchase individual tickets in each of our all-inclusive areas on select dates throughout the season. So, if you don’t have a big group and just want to see what it’s like to test drive the Harley-Davidson Deck or climb the wall in the Dew Deck, now you can!

Here’s a little information on each of the areas–try one, or try them all!

ATI Club

ATI Club at Miller ParkLocated at field level, the ATI Club is a unique area in right field which gives you a player’s view of the action. With an upgraded menu in 2013, each ticket includes a pregame buffet that begins when the Miller Park gates open and ends one hour after the first pitch. Accommodates up to 75 people.

Menu items: In-house smoked beef brisket with caramelized onions and horseradish cream, BBQ chicken breasts, mini Klement’s hot dogs and Milwaukee’s famous bratwursts with all the necessary toppings, nacho bar, roasted red potato salad with mustard and herbs, mixed green salad, assorted cookies and brownies, soft drinks and two beers per adult.

Dew Deck

Dew Deck at Miller ParkThe Dew Deck is one of the most popular party areas in Miller Park. Newly remodeled for 2013, the signature addition to the area is a 25-foot high rock climbing wall. This area is located above the right-field bleachers and includes a pregame buffet that begins when the Miller Park gates open and ends one hour after the first pitch. Accommodates 25-260 people.

Menu Items: Milwaukee’s famous bratwursts smothered in sauerkraut with Secret Stadium Sauce on the side, Klement’s hot dogs, grilled sirloin hamburgers, BBQ chicken breast sandwiches, Wisconsin mac & cheese, corn on the cob, red wine vinaigrette coleslaw, assorted freshly baked cookies, soft drinks and two beers per adult.

Gehl Club

Gehl Club at Miller ParkNamed one of the top five luxury areas in all of baseball by Forbes Travel Guide, the Gehl Club is a deluxe space. Enjoy first-class amenities of the Gehl Club with a variety of seating options and a premium buffet which begins when the Miller Park gates open and ends at the conclusion of the 5th inning. The Gehl Club is sure to be a hit! Accommodates 25-260 people.

Menu Items: Dishes prepared by the Club Chef, carving station, appetizer and gourmet salad station, Klement’s hot dogs, Milwaukee’s famous bratwursts smothered in sauerkraut, nachos, popcorn, assorted desserts, coffee, soft drinks and two glasses of draft beer or house wine per adult.

Harley-Davidson Deck

Harley Davidson Deck at Miller ParkSwitch gears and test drive Miller Park’s Harley-Davidson Deck. Perched above the Brewers bullpen in left field, your group will enjoy the motorcycle décor in this venue which includes a pregame buffet that begins when the Miller Park gates open and ends one hour after the first pitch. Accommodates 42 people.

Menu Items: Milwaukee’s famous bratwursts smothered in sauerkraut with Secret Stadium Sauce on the side, Klement’s hot dogs, pulled pork, southern-rubbed grilled chicken breasts, Wisconsin mac & cheese, corn on the cob, red wine vinaigrette coleslaw, assorted freshly baked cookies, soft drinks and two beers per adult.

Miller Lite Party Deck

Miller Lite Party Deck at Miller ParkThe Miller Lite Party Deck is our newest All-Inclusive Area at Miller Park. Just above the right-field bleachers, guests will enjoy a pregame
buffet, private bar, flat screen TV’s and plenty of opportunity to socialize with their group. Accommodates 25-70 people.
Menu Items: Milwaukee’s famous beer bratwursts smothered in sauerkraut with Secret Stadium Sauce on the side, Klement’s hot dogs, grilled sirloin burgers, chicken fingers, corn on the cob, popcorn & peanuts, assorted freshly baked cookies, soft drinks and two beers per adult.

Toyota Territory

Toyota Territory at Miller ParkToyota Territory is the most comfortable spot in Miller Park. With extra-wide, extra-cushy seats, you’ll feel right at home as they take in the game from center field. And you’ll be right in the power alley for the Brewers top home run hitters! Accommodates 24 fans.

Menu Items: Tickets include $20 of concession cash per seat.

For more information on our all-inclusive areas, including pricing and game dates available for individual ticket purchase, please click on the individual links to each area above or check out

I hope you’ll take advantage of our special offer in the Miller Lite Party Deck and/or Harley-Davidson Deck for next week–that price is a steal and I can guarantee you’ll love the vantage point and the food and beverage options!



Brewers Group Sales: Giving Your Event a Little Zing, Boom, Tararrel!

Birthdays. Retirements. Bachelor/bachelorette parties.  Company outings.  Family reunions. Youth organizations, day camp and school field trips.  Sorority/fraternity outings.  Team celebrations.  Church group outings. Club gatherings.

Whatever the occasion, Miller Park is the perfect place for your group outing and Brewers Director of Group Sales, Chris Barlow, and his staff are there to ensure that all of the details are handled. Your group just has to show up, enjoy the game and have fun!

Far Right: Chris Barlow, Director of Group Sales, with the Today's TMJ Storm Team 4 Meteorologists on Weather Day, 2009.


As a Wisconsin native who grew up in Oconomowoc and Wauwatosa, Chris has always been a Brewers fan.

“When I was a little kid, if you had told me that when I was a grownup, I would be working for the Brewers for a really good chunk of my life, I would have said I will take it, I wouldn’t have even asked how much it paid,” Chris said.

In fact, Chris remembers his first Brewers game in 1972 when the Crew faced the Red Sox with Luis Tiant on the mound, and his first time at Opening Day in 1980 when Chris’ favorite player at the time, Sixto Lezcano, hit a walk-off grand slam in the ninth to win the game.

Those cherished times spent at County Stadium made Chris realize that he wanted to work in sports in some capacity. A UW-Eau Claire graduate with a degree in broadcast journalism, Chris spent his college years working at WKOW in La Crosse, producing a nightly sports cable TV show, writing for the Eau Claire Leader Telegram and the Spectator.

After graduation and a brief stint working as a reporter for Community Newspapers, Chris took a job with the Brewers as a Telephone Sales Representative (TSR).

Then, when Chris’ boss at the time left to take a position in the NHL with the Buffalo Sabres, he brought Chris along with him. There, Chris was responsible for helping create a sales force.  While Chris enjoyed his time with the Sabres, he still felt that pull to return to his hometown team.

“When they put the shovel in the ground for Miller Park, I called [now VP-Consumer Marketing] Jim Bathey and said,’ Jim I want to come home!”

Jim offered Chris a job and he came back to the Crew in 1997. He’s been working here ever since.

“My original thought, way back when  I was a TSR, was that I would get my foot in the door and then move into broadcasting or media relations, but all these years later, here I am, in Group Sales,” Chris said.

But  Chris is definitely not unhappy with how his career has panned out.  “I found out I was pretty good at it and that I enjoyed it,” he said.

“I love working at Miller Park and it still gives me goose bumps some days when I drive up,” he said.

While Chris’ career has evolved over the years, his current responsibilities include overseeing all of Group Sales, which includes group outings, the All-Inclusive Areas, the party suites and the tailgate facilities.

Chris’ staff includes Maggie Aliota, Group Event Coordinator and Jake Mentch, Group Account Executive, and the three of them are there to assist fans with planning their group outings every step of the way.

“Any group, any size, any event, any budget, and, with our retractable roof, any weather—we’ve got you covered,” Chris said.

And they are always coming up with new ideas to enhance the fan experience.

New for 2011, along with our Bonus Games, Chris and his staff have added Value Games and Super Bonus games, so fans have additional opportunities to save even more. This means that we now offer groups up to 83% savings to over half of our home games. Plus, your group can catch some of the hottest games against the rival Cubs, Cardinals and Twins at non-Marquee prices, exclusively for groups, saving  up to 40% off individual ticket prices for select games.

Also new this season, fans have opportunity to purchase individual tickets in some of Miller Park’s All-Inclusive Areas for select dates at a special savings. As the name suggests, these areas are just that—all-inclusive. You get your game ticket, plus premium food and beverage options from your choice of several unique vantage points around the ballpark, such as the AirTran Airways Landing Zone, Gehl Club, Harley-Davidson Deck and Dew Deck.  In the past, access to these areas has been limited to those purchasing in large groups, but now, the Group Sales Department is giving fans the chance to bring out smaller groups to sample the area. 

Of the All-Inclusive Areas, Chris’ favorite is the Gehl Club, an upscale venue located on the PNC Club Level, down the left-field line.

The Gehl Club at Miller Park.

“It is a great place to view a game from.  You might not think that if you just looked at a stadium map, but when you go stand in there, it is stunning. I am a little biased but I think it is one of the best places to watch a game from anywhere in baseball and the food is excellent, too,” Chris said.

Group Cap Days are another new initiative that has added value to the group experience in the last two years. Groups that purchase 25 or more group tickets in select areas on certain dates throughout the season will receive a  unique Brewers adjustable cap for everyone in the group.  The 2011 Cap Days are May 20, July 8, July 29, August 12, September 9 and September 23.

I think these caps are pretty sweet!


Another Group Sales offering that fans may not be aware of is the Corporate Savings Program (CSP). Personally, I think it is the best kept secret around here…well, next to the recipe for Secret Stadium Sauce!  Basically, all it takes is one main contact at a company or organization to sign up for the program. The Group Sales staff will then send that individual a link to special ticket offers, exclusive to CSP members. The contact only has to post and promote the information and then it allows others within the organization to buy the tickets directly online; there is no money to collect, there are no minimums to meet, and the Group Sales staff handles the rest!  It’s a great, no-cost perk for companies to be able to offer to employees.

Chris’ staff does such a great job day in and day out that they have countless repeat customers who always plan on hosting their annual Brewers outing at Miller Park.  Although 25 is the magic number to be considered as a group here, many of those repeat customers are very large groups, like sometimes in excess of 10,000 people large!

For example, we have Little League Night each year and there is a pre-game parade of over 10,000 Little Leaguers. This year’s event falls on Monday, June 20.

“That whole night is very special to me because of the kids involved and being able to see their faces light up as the walk around the warning track with their coaches. It is an incredible feeling. The folks that organize that event are people who truly only care about organizing a fun baseball activity for kids. It is very refreshing,” Chris said.

Other large group nights include Weather Day (April 7), Singles Night (April 25)), Military Appreciation Day (this Sunday, May 15), Racine Day (May 22), Stitch N’ Pitch Night (June 21) , La Crosse Day (June 22) and many more!

Like I said before, whatever the occasion, if you want to give your event a little zing, boom, tararrel, you’ll want to make sure your gang’s all here!

For more information on Group Outings at Miller Park, vist or call (414) 902-GRPS (4777).

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