2018 P-Nats Open House Scheduled for Saturday, March 24th at Pfitzner Stadium

Season/Individual Ticket Pick-Up, National Anthem Tryouts, Uncle Slam Appearance, & More!

By Potomac Nationals | February 23, 2018 12:51 PM

Woodbridge, VA---The Potomac Nationals will host their annual Open House event on Saturday, March 24th from 10:00am-1:00pm at Pfitzner Stadium. The 2018 Open House event is free to the public and will officially kick off the Red, White, & Blue's 2018 season.

Starting at 10:00am, Pfitzner Stadium will open up with a weekend opportunity for fans to pick up and/or purchase tickets for the 2018 season. The P-Nats' Extreme Custom Collision Ticket Office will remain open throughout the event. For information on P-Nats' 2018 tickets, please contact Director of Season Ticket and Group Ticket Sales, Alec Manriquez, by phone at 703-590-2311, ext. 221, or via e-mail at amanriquez@potomacnationals.com. Fans with questions may also contact Potomac Nationals' Ticket Operations Manager, Matt LeBlanc, by phone at 703-590-2311, ext. 225, or via e-mail at mleblanc@potomacnationals.com.

Also starting at 10:00am, the P-Nats will hold National Anthem tryouts on a first-come, first-served basis. No RSVP is necessary to participate. Interested applicants are asked to line up near the Visiting Clubhouse along the third base line. For any questions in regard to the tryouts, please call the P-Nats Front Office at 703-590-2311.

The P-Nats' Open House event will feature the first opportunity for fans to view new-for-2018 P-Nats merchandise located inside the National Mall Team Store. Fans can purchase the latest P-Nats gear in advance of Opening Day 2018 at The Pfitz on Thursday, April 5th. The Potomac Nationals' Official Team Store will be open throughout Saturday's event.

Potomac Nationals Official Mascot and Director of Fun, Uncle Slam, will make an appearance at the Open House. Uncle Slam will be available for pictures and autographs. 

Fans may stop by the Potomac Nationals' Extreme Custom Collision Ticket Office any time leading up to the start of the '18 season from 10:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday, to purchase season tickets, mini plans, and single game tickets.

P-Nats' 2018 season tickets and mini ticket plans are currently on sale. For more information or to purchase any of these plans, contact Potomac Nationals Director of Season Ticket and Group Ticket Sales, Alec Manriquez, by phone at 703-590-2311, ext. 221, or via e-mail at amanriquez@potomacnationals.com.

For information or to book a group outing for the 2018 P-Nats season, contact Potomac Nationals Group Sales Executive and Picnic Hospitality Manager, Meagan Rankin, at 703-590-2311, ext. 313, or at mrankin@potomacnationals.com.

Corporate partnership opportunities are also currently available for the 2018 season and beyond. Inquire about corporate partnerships by calling 703-590-2311 ext. 213.

The 2018 Potomac Nationals season gets underway on April 5th at Pfitzner Stadium against the Wilmington Blue Rocks (Kansas City Royals). First pitch for the opener is set for 7:05pm.

The Potomac Nationals of the Carolina League play at Pfitzner Stadium in Woodbridge, Virginia, and are the Carolina League affiliate of the Washington Nationals. The Potomac Nationals have claimed five Carolina League Championship titles (1982, 1989, 2008, 2010, and 2014) and nine CL Northern Division Championships. Sponsorship opportunities for the P-Nats' 2018 season and beyond are available, as well as all-inclusive corporate picnic outings to watch the future stars of the Washington Nationals at The Pfitz. 2018 Potomac Nationals season tickets and mini plans are now on sale. For more information on Potomac Nationals 2018 season tickets, mini plans, group outings, picnic packages, fundraisers, and all things Red, White, and Blue, visit the P-Nats online at www.potomacnationals.com, follow the P-Nats on Facebook (@PotomacNationals), Twitter (@PNats42), and Instagram (@pnats42), or call the Potomac Nationals' Extreme Custom Collision Ticket Office at 703-590-2311.

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