Dayton, Ohio-The Dayton Dragons announced today that a complete renovation of Fifth Third Field luxury suites is currently underway. Dragons President Robert Murphy made the announcement in a news conference at the ballpark.
The design process began in November and the renovation is expected to be completed by late-March. Fifth Third Field suites are being completely refurbished with new furniture, cabinetry, countertops, flooring including carpeting and ceramic tile, sinks, and some new electrical and plumbing work. Suites are also being repainted.
The suite renovation is a continuation of major improvements to Fifth Third Field. The Dragons completed a complete reconstruction of the playing surface, including drainage and irrigation, prior to the 2012 season. Improvements have also been made to concession stand operations at the point of purchase.
"Our luxury suites are a big part of the experience at Fifth Third Field," said Murphy. "The renovation is a major upgrade in the fan experience for those viewing the game on the club level and demonstrates our commitment to maintaining and improving one of the finest Minor League Baseball facilities in the country."
Dragons luxury suites provide a great view of the action. Luxury suites amenities include:
- Exclusive ballpark entrance
- Semi-private restrooms
- Heating and air conditioning
- A mini-refrigerator
- LCD flat screen TV with Cable
- Leather furniture
- High-top tables with bar stools
- VIP day-of-game service on club level
Many special catering options, from ballpark fare to fine-dining, are available and can be tailored to meet any need. Luxury suites can accommodate 15-20 fans. Suites are available for full-season rental or on a nightly rental basis. Single-game prices are $595 for games in April and May and $995 for June-September games. Rentals include two VIP parking passes.
For more information on Dragons Luxury Suites, call (937) 228-2287.
The Dragons open their 15th season in the Midwest League on April 3 against the West Michigan Whitecaps at Fifth Third Field.
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