The Milwaukee Brewers and Johnson Controls Inc. announced a multi-year extension of their current marketing partnership, which includes the naming rights to the Johnson Controls Stadium Club, the fine dining area inside Miller Park formerly known as the NYCE Stadium Club.
“We are excited to continue our partnership with Johnson Controls, which dates back to the construction of Miller Park,” said Brewers chief operating officer Rick Schlesinger. “The Johnson Controls Stadium Club is one of our most popular entertainment venues at Miller Park, offering not just an elegant dining experience but also a unique view overlooking the field.”
Glendale-based Johnson Controls helped Miller Park achieve LEED certification last season and become one of the most sustainable stadiums in professional sports.
“For 43 years, the Milwaukee Brewers have enhanced our community by delivering a great hometown Major League Baseball experience,” said Charles Harvey, vice president of diversity and public affairs at Johnson Controls. “Our new partnership represents our commitment to both the community and to the Milwaukee Brewers.”
Located on the PNC Club Level in the left field corner, the Johnson Controls Stadium Club includes an upscale bar area, a 200-seat, multi-tiered dining room with a buffet featuring world-class cuisine, and an outdoor patio area for fans to enjoy the Miller Park atmosphere.
In addition, the Johnson Controls Stadium Club is available for private events on non-game days.