February 21, 2015
Minor league baseball officials unveil renderings inside future stadium on Bull StreetHardball Capital is unveiling the first look at the interior of Spirit Communications Park and is offering companies and individuals the chance to buy up one of 16 luxury suites, the first available seats in the stadium.
"The Luxury Suites at Spirit Communications Park will be first-class," said Jason Freier, CEO of Hardball Capital. "They will offer an amazing view of the field with top-notch amenities and personalized food and beverage service."
The suites come with a kitchenette area for food, an ice maker, couch and two chairs, a flat screen television. Sliding glass doors in each suite lead to an outdoor space that includes 12 padded seats for views of the ballpark. Up to 20 people can sit in the luxury suites.
Suite guests, and those who purchase one of the 135 club seats, also will have access to the 7,000-square-foot Club Level Lounge just behind home plate on the second floor. The space includes a full service bar and food station, as well as an air-conditioned indoor dining area.
Abby Naas, vice president of marketing and public relations, said the lounge also will be open and available to rent all year for other social events including luncheons and weddings.
Interested buyers can consider a range of plans including full 70 games to quarter-season packages of 17 games. Naas said signage and advertisement packages for other areas of the ballpark can be built into the purchase of the suite.
Baseball representatives will hold several 45-minute presentations between Feb. 23-26.
The minor league baseball season will begin in the Midlands in the spring of 2016. Those interested in becoming one of the venue's inaugural luxury suite partners can contact Naas to set up an interview time at (803)726-4487 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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