Hartford Yard Goats Sold Out of Outfield Signage at Dunkin' Donuts Park

By Hartford Yard Goats | February 23, 2017 10:16 AM ET

(Hartford, CT ) The Hartford Yard Goats Baseball Club, the Double-A Eastern League affiliate of the Colorado Rockies, announced that the entire inventory of Outfield Signage at Dunkin' Donuts Park is sold out for the 2017 season. Most of the signage contracts are for between three and five years. In addition, the Yard Goats have added another Leadership Partner with United Bank joining the roster as high level sponsor. Although the outfield signage is sold out, the Yard Goats do have some wonderful marketing opportunities available for businesses of all sizes.

"Through all the trials and tribulations of this past year it is both encouraging and humbling that the corporate and business community has given us a vote of confidence with their brand support," Yard Goats General Manager Tim Restall said.

Dunkin' Donuts was introduced as the naming rights partner of the Yard Goats ballpark at a press conference during the 2015 season. The Yard Goats Founding Partners are Travelers, Frontier Communications, and The Hartford. United Bank joins NBC Connecticut as the Yard Goats Leadership Partners.

The Yard Goats will play 70 home games at Dunkin' Donuts Park in 2017. Ticket information and the promotional schedule with all of the firework shows, entertainment acts and premium giveaway dates is available to view on the website, www.yardgoatsbaseball.com. Individual tickets will go on sale for all home games on Tuesday, March 14. This will be the first opportunity for fans to purchase tickets for the first ever Hartford Yard Goats home game, Opening Day on April 13, 2017, at Dunkin' Donuts Park.

Fans who are looking to secure a ticket for Opening Day prior to March 14th may purchase a season ticket, 18-game plan or reserve a group of 25 or more by calling the box office at 860-246-4628. The Yard Goats announced last month that all Premium Sections Season Tickets have been sold out for the 2017 season.

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

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