The Reading Fightin Phils have announced the renaming of the FirstEnergy Stadium box office to the Weidenhammer Ticket Office, prior to the launch of individual game ticket sales for the 2019 season.
Individual game tickets will go on sale beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday, February 23rd. Fans will be able to purchase tickets to any 2019 Fightin Phils home game at the Weidenhammer Ticket Office at FirstEnergy Stadium, online at fightins.com, or over the phone by calling or texting 610-370-BALL.
Founded in 1978, Weidenhammer leverages leading-edge technology and marketing platforms to optimize customer experiences, workforce productivity, and operational efficiency. In addition to its headquarters in Reading, PA, Weidenhammer maintains five branch offices in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Colorado, and has nearly 200 professionals on staff. The company has core competencies in consulting, application development, cloud computing, ecommerce and marketing, as well as school district administrative solutions.
Weidenhammer has been a partner of the Fightin Phils since 2016. In addition to sponsorship with the team, Weidenhammer offers the R-Phils innovative strategies, cloud offerings, and technology solutions.
"Weidenhammer is proud to lend our name to the Ticket Office for the Reading Fightin Phils," said John P. Weidenhammer, President of Weidenhammer. "The team has had a rich history of providing great family entertainment and showcasing future major league stars for the people of Berks County and beyond. They attract more than 600,000 people per year throughout the ballpark. We look forward to continuing a great partnership with the team by sponsoring the Weidenhammer Ticket Office."
The Weidenhammer Ticket Office is open from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday during non-gamedays, and from 8:30 a.m. through the end of the game on all gamedays.
Season and group ticket packages are available now at the Weidenhammer Ticket Office, online at fightins.com, or by calling or texting 610-370-BALL. All individual game tickets will go on sale on Saturday, February 23rd.
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