Last updated on July 3rd, 2019 at 07:14 pm
The Milwaukee Brewers have announced Miller Park will include a freshly renovated seating area called The Associated Bank Check Deck this season.
The area, formerly known as the Harley-Davidson Deck, can hold 42 people, with prices beginning at $47 per person, and is available for group rentals. Those seated in the Check Deck have access to an all-you-can-eat buffet including unlimited soft drinks beginning one hour before game time and ending one hour after the first pitch. Ticketholders also receive two complimentary draft beers per adult and access to a private bar and flat screen high definition TVs.
“We’re excited about Associated’s enhanced partnership with the Brewers organization as well as our increased prominence at Miller Park,” said Christopher Piotrowski, executive vice president and chief marketing officer at Associated Bank. “We have been a business banking partner and official sponsor of the Brewers since 2006, the year we launched our unique Brewer-themed checking. We are expanding our partnership for the community, the love of baseball and to support the Brewers in building an even better fan experience.”
The Check Deck will include fan engagement activities that are being finalized by Associated Bank. The bank will also offer special events for Associated customers, additional ATM machines and a Matt Garza gnome giveaway during the August 2 game. The bank also plans to add a charitable element to the partnership.
Associated Bank has also included in its expanded Brewers partnership an Associated Bank “Check In” gate in left-centerfield. Associated Bank customers who display a valid credit or debit card can access the stadium through the gate. Fans with Brewers Checking will also receive 2-for-1 ticket discounts on select games and a 10 percent discount in the Brewers Team Store.
“Associated Bank has been a valued partner of the Brewers for a decade, and today’s announcement is another example of their committed support of the team and community,” said Rick Schlesinger, Brewers chief operating officer. “This is a partnership on many levels, and offers benefits to fans and the community through hospitality, entertainment, promotional and philanthropic elements.”