Greenville, SC - The Greenville Drive's 2017 season is quickly approaching, and fans who want to catch all the action at Fluor Field this season can purchase a Drive ticket plan from the convenience of their own home by CLICKING HERE.
The Drive have full-season (70 games), half-season (35 games) and weekend (12 games with a $25 Drive gift card) plans available starting at just $145, and fans will have the opportunity to choose their seats, giving them the chance to truly take ownership of their plan.
Drive ticket plan holders receive year-round benefits, several of which involve special access to the newest areas of Fluor Field's $13 million enhancement project. While the 2017 season will be the 12th at Fluor Field, these new enhancements will bring a whole new experience to Drive baseball in Downtown Greenville.
The addition of 100 seats atop the Green Monster in left field adds a Fenway Park touch to Fluor Field, and all ticket plan holders will receive complimentary Green Monster seats for a game in 2017. Ticket plan holders will also receive season-long access to The Front Porch - the Drive's all-new season ticket holder lounge, which features indoor seating, a full-service bar, flat-screen televisions and other select amenities.
In addition to seeing the future Boston Red Sox in action, additional benefits for ticket plan holders include invitations to private ticket plan holder events throughout the year, a flexible ticket exchange program, no service charges on additional tickets or group outings and many more.
While Drive ticket plan holders have the convenience to purchase their plans online, they will also have their own personal account executive to assist in managing their plans all year long, which will allow fans to craft their perfect plan to enjoy Drive baseball in 2017.
Opening Night at the newly-enhanced Fluor Field in Downtown Greenville is on Thursday, April 6th at 7:05, and with your Drive ticket plan, you can take it all in from the best seats in the house. To get your plan for the 2017 season, CLICK HERE, or for other questions, reach out to an account executive today by calling (864) 240-4500.
This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.