M-Braves Adding 16 Large Cooling Fans Inside Trustmark Park

Specially designed fans will be fixed on concourse level, suite level, party decks and pavilion

By Mississippi Braves | February 28, 2018 10:58 AM

PEARL, MS -- Fans visiting Trustmark Park this summer will notice some substantial new additions designed to add to the comfort level while taking in a Mississippi Braves game.

The M-Braves will be installing 16 large fans that are manufactured to decrease the ambient temperature by up to 10° F.

"We are always listening to our fans, and one of the most frequent questions asked on a hot summer night is for us to turn up the air conditioning at the ballpark," added Braves Vice President/General Manager Steve DeSalvo. "We have addressed that issue by adding some large fans to Trustmark Park. These new cooling fans will allow our patrons to enjoy the game a little more comfortably. We know that Mississippi Braves games are a lot of fun and we are always looking to enhance and invest in the gameday experience."

These large cooling fans will be fixed all around Trustmark Park. There will be six 12-foot fans located around the lower concourse and eight 10-foot fans on the suite level, including one on each of the Mitchell Signs Party Decks located on the first base and third base side of the suite level. Lastly, there will be two 84-inch fans placed at the Yuengling Picnic Pavilion located down the third base line.

These heavy-duty fans were manufactured specifically for Trustmark Park and outdoor use, taking advantage of the latest technology with silent motors and adjustable speeds that will push over 100 RPMs. 

Individual game tickets for the 2018 season are on sale now! Fans may visit www.mississippibraves.com, call 888-BRAVES4 or stop by the Trustmark Park Box Office Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm, to reserve tickets for the upcoming season. Season tickets and flex plans are also available for purchase. 

The Braves will open their 14th season at Trustmark Park with Opening Night presented by Ritchey Automotive against the Tennessee Smokies on Thursday, April 5 at 7:00 pm. 

Season Tickets 
Season tickets start at just $450 and feature great savings from the single-game pricing. The M-Braves offer the best season ticket holder benefits in baseball. Don't miss out on discounts to the Farm Bureau Grill and Extra Innings Team Store discounted concession items that are ONLY for season ticket holders. Also among the many benefits is the "Never Wasted Ticket Policy" that allows fans to exchange unused tickets for future regular season home games based on availability. Other benefits include ticket discounts, special events, exclusive gifts, and first option to purchase playoff games and special events, including the annual Governors Cup between Mississippi State and Ole Miss. 

Flex Plans
For fans interested in a smaller ticket package, check out the M-Braves flex plans. Flex plans come in 35, 25, 12 and six-game packs. The flex plan packages are all undated tickets that you may use in any quantity for any game that is convenient for you. 

Group Outings
Trustmark Park is the place to be for all of your group outings. Fans may watch the game in style from one of the M-Braves luxury suites. The Mitchell Signs Party Decks and the Yuengling Picnic Pavilion are also available for larger groups and company outings. If you're looking for the perfect place for your child's birthday party, why not celebrate it with the Braves? Contact the M-Braves at 888-BRAVES4 for booking details.

The Mississippi Braves are the Double-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves and will open their 14th season on Thursday, April 5 against the Tennessee Smokies at Trustmark Park. Since the inaugural 2005 season, over 125 M-Braves have gone on to Major League Baseball. The M-Braves have made postseason play four times and went on to win the Southern League Championship in 2008. Stop by Trustmark Park or call 888-BRAVES4 Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. For the latest news and updates, visit mississippibraves.com or connect with @mbraves on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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