Come and Join the Bisons for Open House 2013!
The Bisons would like to invite you to Coca-Cola Field on March 9 from 12-3pm for their annual Open House event. FREE for the whole family, the event allows you to tour the entire ballpark with plenty of fun and excitement for both parents and children alike!
As you enter the ballpark, make sure to enjoy a FREE Sahlen's hot dog and a can of Coca-Cola on us! Kids 12 and under will be encouraged to participate in a treasure hunt throughout the entire ballpark to earn a special prize before they leave. Make your way downstairs to the Bisons clubhouse to snap some pictures or to take some swings in our batting cages. Don't forget to get your face painted with the new Bisons logo while you're down there!
Move on upstairs to the newly renovated Pettibones Grille to check out our new pub-style restaurant at the ballpark. Kids should swing by the Buster's Kids Club table to enter in a coloring contest for fun prizes. Be sure to visit the sales table as well where a $5 donation to Bisons charities will earn you free ticket to Opening Day 2013 on April 4 against the Rochester Red Wings. We'll also be raffling off a pair of Blue Jays tickets as well as great Bisons and Blue Jays merchandise!
Don't forget about the Club Level! The last stop on the treasure hunt, the Press Box will be full of Bisons memorabilia that fans can check out. Fans can grab an Xbox controller and take virtual swings on the Bisons HD Big Board. Meet the Voice of the Bisons, Ben Wagner, and receive a full tour of the Press Box while you're there! Parents can make a quick stop in our new Blue Jays suite and SLR Contracting Media suite for samples of Flying Bison beer, Barefoot and Bully Hill wines.
The Bisons Team Shop will also be open and is fully stocked with new logo gear, including fitted hats, t-shirts, and jerseys. Swing by the Ticket Office on your way out as Open House will be the first chance to purchase single game tickets for the 2013 season!
We hope to see you on March 9 for the Bisons Open House!
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