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Bristol Blues seek sponsors for 2017 season

Photo (c) Lindsey Rivers Photography

Photo (c) Lindsey Rivers Photography

Excitement is on the horizon as the Bristol Blues’ 3rd season at Historic Muzzy Field nears.

To capitalize on that momentum the Blues is offering area organizations and companies the opportunity to take advantage of great sponsorship opportunities available with the team this upcoming season as part of a newly designed 2017 Season Sponsorship Booklet.

Support of the Blues will allow the team to take things to another next level as they work toward incorporating short and long-term plans to further broaden the appeal of game day offerings.

The goal is to exhilarate with sport, but also entertain and serve more people with what we are calling the total Blues Entertainment Experience — more entertainment, more connection, more food and drink.

To help realize this vision, the Bristol Blues has designed a brand new 2017 Season Sponsorship booklet

With an average 1,600 fans per game and growing, the Blues are in the top 5 percentile of summer league baseball attendance in the nation. And with buzz continuing to build with crowds and excitement increasing each year, local organizations can help further catapult momentum that will not only help support our community’s local baseball team, but also allow the Blues to better support other community efforts and functions, while providing marketing value back to the sponsors.

On the horizon the Blues plan to kickoff the 2017 season with FanFest, a Bristol Blues themed festival at Muzzy Field on Sunday, May 28th with entertainment, food, drink, games, and vendors to celebrate the start of the 2017 season when on Thursday, June 1st the Blues take on the Nashua Silver Knights in the home opener.

For sponsorship opportunities contact Mark Walerysiak Jr. 860.583.4373 or email sponsor@bristolbluesbaseball.com

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