Free Brewers Tickets
July 22, 2011 by staff
Free Brewers Tickets, Caterpillar Global Mining announced today that the company is buying a total of 10,000 tickets reserved for the terrace level games next Tuesday and Wednesday (July 26 and 27) against the Cubs at Miller Park and give the tickets away to fans for free.
The company, which recently acquired the former Bucyrus International Inc. in Oak Creek, is making its first public disclosure in the Milwaukee market, giving away 5,000 seats for each of the games.
“We are signing these bills to thank our new neighbors to welcome us to the Milwaukee community,” said Chris Curfman, vice president of Caterpillar mining sales and marketing division. “This is certainly a good way to start what we are counting on a long and mutually beneficial partnership. Like Caterpillar and Bucyrus made a good combination – our products to our people – Caterpillar and Milwaukee are also a good option. We are very pleased to be part of a community that shares our values?? In the Midwest and we are impressed by the work ethic and dedication of our new employees. As the new location of our mining site, and home to many of our workers, Milwaukee is important to us. We are committed to being a good neighbor and doing our part to make this community better. ”
The complimentary tickets will be available online only on Friday at 9 am in www.brewers.com / caterpillar. There will be a limit of four tickets per order, and tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Fans requesting the complimentary tickets will be subject to a one-time rate of 2 to print your ticket to everything in the house or a share of 4 and later to collect at the box office at Miller Park. There are no fees or costs of the tickets.
“We can not think of a better way to begin our partnership with Caterpillar Global Mining, and appreciate the creative approach to bring great value to benefit the fans,” said chief operating officer Rick Schlesinger Brewers. “We expect the stock to go too fast and encourage fans to act quickly.”
On July 26 and 27 will mark the action games of the Brewers first home after 15 consecutive days outside of Miller Park. The Brewers currently sport the best home record in baseball at 33-14.
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