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(Reading, Pa.)---There is a new way to enjoy games at America's Classic Ballpark this summer with the
Savage 61 Fightins VIP Club. The Savage 61 Fightins VIP Club offers a first-class ballpark experience in the best seats FirstEnergy Stadium has to offer for all 71
Reading Fightin Phils regular season home games.
"Our franchise has never offered a seating option quite like the Savage 61 Fightins VIP Club," said Fightin Phils General Manager
Scott Hunsicker. "Much like the Diamond Club in Philadelphia, this is a premier area that is perfect for baseball fans and business
Members of the club will receive first-rate amenities, on top of the benefits extended to Fightin Phils season ticket holders.
Each membership includes padded seat bottoms and backs with you or your company's name featured prominently per a three-year seating agreement. Along with a specially-designed lanyard, members will receive custom printed tickets labeled with your name for each home game. Savage 61 Fightins VIP Club ticketholders will also be able to enter FirstEnergy Stadium through an exclusive entrance to allow immediate access to your seats. Also included in the ticket option is a voucher for a free Berks hot dog, bag of Herr's chips, and soda redeemable for that game only.
Savage 61 Fightins VIP Club Tickets cost $695 per seat in the Blue Field Box seating location and $645 in the Yellow Box seating location. Orders placed before Friday, Feb. 1 will ensure that you or your company receives the custom printed season
In addition to the new ticket option, only VIP Club members will have the opportunity to purchase an assigned, personalized parking space in the reserved lot for each home game at the cost of $400. This parking spot, featuring your name, will be reserved for the entirety of the 2013 season once you add it
to your Fightins VIP Club package.
Those interested in becoming a member of the Savage 61 Fightins VIP Club can do so by calling 610-370-BALL, visiting Fightins.com, or stopping by the Fightins Ticket Office located at FirstEnergy Stadium.
This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.