The home field of the Seattle Mariners will be called T-Mobile Park for the next 25 years, with the fresh branding set to feature from March.
T-Mobile has announced that the home field of the Seattle Mariners will now be known as T-Mobile Park for the next 25 years. The partnership creates the opportunity for the carrier to offer fans with benefits backed by the drive to elevate the hometown for new seasons.
Per the agreement, supporters will also receive upgrades and freebies at Tuesday games. Additionally, along with the fastest wireless service in Seattle, they will secure fast-track entry, discounted tickets, and exclusive promotions on merchandise as an added privilege.
Fans will get early access via the T-Mobile ‘Pen which stretches from left to centre field. Opening 30 minutes before all other gates, they can watch the team batting practice and pitcher warm-ups. Said perk complements further benefits like giveaways and a live DJ.
Meanwhile, the contract obligates the Seattle Mariners to pay a minimum of $600 million for ballpark maintenance, operations, capital upgrades, and improvements over the next quarter of a decade. Total investment into the ballpark since 1999 will be over a billion.
“T-Mobile has a deep commitment to this community, passion for customer care, and well-earned reputation as a leader in innovation. Said qualities make them the right partner to name this ballpark,” said John Stanton, Chairman and Managing Partner, Seattle Mariners.