Fan-Focused Initiatives: Parking & Concessions
As the Cleveland Indians return to the field in anticipation of a big second half, the organization announced several fan-focused initiatives Friday relating to parking and concessions.
The Cleveland Indians have partnered with the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority, Ohio City Inc., and City of Cleveland to provide fans with a more convenient and affordable experience at Progressive Field.
Free Transportation Weekend will take place from July 20 to July 22. All fans that purchase game tickets in advance and use the password “parking” are eligible for free parking in the Gateway East Garage on a first come, first served basis. RTA will be providing free RTA Rail Service (blue, green, and red lines) and RTA HealthLine. Fans that park in Ohio City will have the option to take a free shuttle to and from the stadium. This shuttle will make stops at the corner of W. 25 and Market Ave., near Great Lakes Brewing Company and Bar Cento.
Upon conclusion of Free Transportation Weekend, RTA will announce a new Family Fare through the remainder of the 2012 season, which includes a round trip for up to two adults and four children for $10.00 during all weekend Indians home games. Fans taking advantage of this option must purchase Indians tickets in advance at the Indians Team Shop or online at Indians.com.
Indians Ohio City Shuttle and Great Lakes Brewing Company’s “Fatty Wagon” will each offer round trip service for $1.00 during all weekend Indians home games throughout the 2012 season.
The Cleveland Indians have also partnered with Delaware North Companies and provided fans with two Classic Combo Deals, including food and beverages at Progressive Field.
The Hot Dog Classic Combo Deal includes one Sugardale all-beef hot dog, one large popcorn, and one 16-oz. Pepsi product for just $8.00. The Brat Classic Combo Deal includes one brat and one 12-oz. beer for adults.
Be sure to take advantage of these offers throughout the remainder of the 2012 season and bring the family to Progressive Field as the Tribe chases the division title.
-Megan Golden, TribeVibe contributor