The Milwaukee Brewers announced a new corporate partnership with Aurora Health Care that will affect fans at Miller Park beginning with the 2018 season.
The Milwaukee Brewers and Aurora reached a multi-year deal. Aurora replaces Froedtert & Medical College as the team’s health care sponsor.
“We’re thrilled to be able to team with the Milwaukee Brewers — an organization that shares our commitment to the communities we serve — and help enhance the fan experience throughout the year,” said Michael Brophy, chief communications officer with Aurora Health Care.
Aurora’s new partnership with the Brewers affects fans in several noticeable ways. Some include healthier food options and parking lot shuttles.
Milwaukee Brewers Games Enhanced In and Out of Miller Park by Aurora
Also, Aurora announced plans to renovate the kids play areas and to create a nursing room with amenities for new moms.
Furthermore, Aurora mentioned parking lot shuttles in its accessibility program. Milwaukee Brewers Fans have a long walk from many of the parking lots at Miller Park. The previous shuttle options have been lacking, especially during well-attended games. An increase in the number of shuttles and shuttle runs for all games has been necessary for years.
Aurora’s help getting seniors and disabled fans from parking lots to the stadium can improve the Brewers game experience for many.
Aurora To Sponsor Milwaukee Brewers Heritage Days And New Pride Night
Cerveceros Day and the Negro Leagues Tribute game will get title changes. Aurora will sponsor these theme nights, and they will be renamed Hispanic Heritage Day and African-American Heritage Day.
The Milwaukee Brewers have not announced the Aurora-sponsored Pride Night date as of this article’s publication. Brewers theme nights and dates will be listed here as they are released by club.