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Why partner with the Greeneville Astros?

The Astros provide a platform for companies and organizations to reach thousands of consumers. At Pioneer Park, the Astros provide affordable, family-friendly entertainment to people of all ages and have been among the Appalachian League leaders in attendance every year since the inaugural 2004 season. It is the Astros' goal to help sponsors reach these fans through customized partnerships that meet the client's goals and budgets.

Current Sponsors of the Astros

Below is a list of current sponsors of the Greeneville Astros. Add your company or organization to this list today by e-mailing or calling (423) 638-0411 to discuss available options with a member of our staff.

Artistic Printers
Barefoot Wine & Bubbly
Baseball America
Betty's World of Hair Design
Brolin & Bailey Co.
C Collins Law Firm
Captain D's
Carmike Towne Crossing 8
Clement Eye Associates
Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
Community Pharmacy of Greeneville
Consumer Credit Union

Creamy Cup
Dairy Queen
DeVry University
Double D Tire & Battery
Durham-Hensley Health & Rehabilitation
Eastman Credit Union
Farm Bureau Insurance - Wayne Hughes
Farm Bureau Insurance - Trey Youngblood
Fatz Cafe
FDA - The Real Cost
First Tennessee Bank
Food City
Forward Air
Free Will Baptist Family Ministries
Fresenius Kidney Care
Governor's Highway Safety Office
Greene County Land & Auction
Greene County Partnership
Greeneville Dental Associates
Greeneville Gymnastics Academy
Greeneville Light and Power
Greeneville Sun
Hampton Inn
Holston Distributing
Holston Home
Hometown Realty of Greeneville
J&J Snack Foods Corp.
JD Metals
Knights Inn

Laughlin Memorial Hospital
Legacy Fine Jewelers
Life Care Center of Greeneville
Lions Club
Little CaesarsLog Home Outfitters
Lone Star

Lynn Hope Towing

M&M Firearms
New Age Alarms & Communications
Norton's Pest Control
Pal's Sudden Service
Parker Hannifan
Peggy Ann Bakery
Pilot Corp.
Precision Machine & Welding, Inc.
Premier Transportation
Pyro Shows
Quality Inn
QuickStop - Greeneville Oil and Petroleum
Rio's Grill & Sports Bar
Roadrunner Markets
Rocky Top Veterinary Hospital
Roto-Rooter Plumbing & Drain Service
Sapiat Asset Management
Scott's Strawberry & Tomato Farms
Sculptz Salon & Spa
Sodexo Food Services
South State Contractors, Inc.
Southern Finance
State Farm Insurance - Lisa Crum
State Farm Insurance - Steve Goad
State Farm Insurance - Jaron Snoeyenbos
StitchTek Services, LLC
Summers-Taylor Inc.
Summit Medical Group
Takoma Regional Hospital
Tennessee Lottery
Terry's Flooring
The Salsa's Restaurant
US Nitrogen
Wheel Sports


Sponsorship Opportunities: In-Stadium

Below you will find a list of in-stadium sponsorship opportunities. These options can be combined with each other as well as season ticket memberships to customize a partnership unique to each sponsor. For more information, e-mail or call (423) 638-0411.

Outfield Wall Signs: The Astros outfield wall has room to feature 32 wall signs. This premium signage is 8' high x 16' long and is displayed for all 34 home games and any possible post-season games. Outfield wall signs receive tremendous in-stadium, local television and print exposure throughout the season as balls travel toward, over, or are caught against the wall. The cost for a wall sign is $3,300.


Concourse Signs: These 4' high x 6' long signs hang along Pioneer Park's concourse. Concourse signs are strategically placed to be seen by fans as they walk to their seats, go to the concession stands, and by the restrooms. The cost for a concourse sign is $1,800.



Program Ads: Greeneville Astros programs are sold at all 34 home games and feature sponsor ads, stories about the Astros, current player stats, a chance to win prizes from sponsors and more. The program cart is found at the front gate and is one of the first things seen by fans as they walk into Pioneer Park. Program ads range from business card size to full page ads. The cost for a program ad ranges between $150-$2,000.



In-between Innings Promotions: Between innings throughout each game, the promotions crew keeps the crowd entertained by inviting fans to participate in promotional events in the stands and on the field. These events range from racing in human hamster balls to racing the mascot Gizmo to catching t-shirts thrown from dugout tops. Sponsors can receive naming rights to the promotions which includes their name and a short description announced on the PA during each game, their name in the program on the promotions sign-up page, and at the customer service desk on the sign-up bins. In-between inning sponsorship costs between $750-$1,000.


Dugout Tops: Sponsors can receive maximum brand exposure with signage on either the home or visitor dugout top due to the extensive attention players receive as they enter their dugouts and the numerous in-game activities that take place there. Sponsors receive four signs for one price, two 8' high x 20' long signs on each end of the dugout top along with two 1.5' high x 12' long signs which hang from the railings above the dugout. Dugout top signs are in a prime location and can be seen from almost anywhere along the seating bowl. The cost for dugout top signage is $4,500.



Foul Poles: Sponsors can have their logo on both of the foul poles on either corner of the baseball field. This unique and limited signage is 2' wide x 20' high and indicates where the ball goes from fair to foul play. Like the outfield wall signs, foul poles receive in-stadium exposure and can often be seen in the background of pictures or video highlights of players and games. Foul pole sponsorship costs $3,300.



Giveaways: The Astros hand out Astros themed giveaways throughout the season to fans as they walk through the gates. Companies can sponsor these items and have their logo placed on the giveaway. The sponsor will also be mentioned on the team website, local newspapers, flyers and in any press releases where the item is mentioned. Giveaway sponsorship costs $2,000.



Premium Night Sponsor: The Astros have different theme nights throughout the season to add another element to the baseball games. Like the giveaways, premium night sponsors will be mentioned on the website and in any press each time the night is mentioned. The sponsor will also be present that night with an area on the concourse and have input in the overall night. The cost for a premium night sponsorship is $750.



Tiki Hut: The tiki hut is at the end of the first base side of the concourse and is the only location in Pioneer Park where alcohol is sold. The tiki hut sponsor has naming rights to the tiki hut which includes their name being displayed on the tiki hut, stadium map, and anywhere the tiki hut is mentioned on the website or in press releases. The cost of naming rights to the tiki hut is $2,200.