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The Brazos Valley Bombers announced today that they have sold out all of their Founder’s Club seats for the upcoming season. This marks the second consecutive season that the Founder’s Club seats have been sold out, although they sold out much quicker than last year.


The 141 Founder’s Club seats carry history with them that goes far beyond the Bombers inaugural season last year. They originate from Milwaukee County Stadium, home of the Milwaukee Braves and eventually, the Milwaukee Brewers. The Green Bay Packers also played two to three games per year at the famed Milwaukee County Stadium until 1994, when they moved full-time to Lambeau Field. Ironically, the last touchdown at the stadium was scored by Brett Favre against the Atlanta Falcons, the city where the Braves had moved to from Milwaukee almost thirty years earlier.


In addition to the Founder’s Club seats’ unique history, they also have many special benefits for the ticket holders, including in-your-seat wait service and VIP Parking in Brazos Valley Bank Ballpark’s brand new parking lot. The Bombers have a new unique business program for all season ticket holders that is advantageous for both the ticket holder and their clients for several reasons. The Bombers are essentially an extension of the businesses’ sales as they provide clients with memorable experiences that they won’t forget. The program is designed to help businesses increase their sales and develop great relationships with their clients by creating networking opportunities and a fantastic experience at the ballpark.


There are still Section-C Reserved Plus tickets left, which are the best tickets available and cost only $240 for the entire season. The seats are directly behind home plate below the press box and provide an incredible view of the game, as well as a new level of comfort with the addition of cushioned seats, and all the benefits of the Bomber’s business program.


It will be an exciting summer for the Bombers as they prepare for the upcoming season. Come and join the fun as you have a chance to see star players from all of over the country play in the TCL this summer. Season tickets may be purchased online at bvbombers.com, by phone at (979) 779-PLAY, or by visiting the Bombers offices at 405 Mitchell Street in Bryan.


About the Brazos Valley Bombers
The Bombers are members of the Texas Collegiate League, one of the nation’s premier summer collegiate circuits. Teams like the Bombers bring minor league baseball-style entertainment to communities throughout the country, giving some of the best college players a chance to further their careers in wood bat leagues in front of Major League scouts. The Bombers 48-game season begins on June 10 and runs through August 3, followed by the TCL playoffs and a championship series. Season tickets for the 2008 season are now on sale. More information is available by calling the Bombers ticket office at (979) 779-PLAY, visiting the Bombers office in Bryan, or logging on to the Bombers’ official web site at www.bvbombers.com.



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