When I first moved to Atlanta in 2006, I was introduced to the Braves, and soon found out their history as America’s Baseball Team. In the 70’s, Ted Turner decided to broadcast the Braves games on TBS. Back then, there weren’t any options like Netflix or Hulu, so lots of people around the country tuned in to the games. They became an American favorite, and thus dubbed, “America’s Team.”
America is still rooting for them, and now another “national past time” (Hello, ice cream!) is linked with the baseball favorite: Mayfield Creamery. Mayfield’s ice cream and frozen novelties will be sold at six standalone Mayfield Creamery Kiosks and throughout SunTrust Park.
Fans can enjoy a wide variety of Mayfield flavors, such as Signature Vanilla and Cookies and Cream as well as a rotation of flavors of the month. And bonus, Mayfield is celebrating the Braves move to their new home by offering special promotions and ticket giveaways for Braves’ fans to experience the excitement up close and personal.
Speaking of up close and personal, check out the view from the VIP suite I got to enjoy with family and friends, compliments of the Mayfield team! Way to make a girl feel like #kindofabigdeal!
I had the pleasure of partnering with Mayfield Creamery to produce two television segments to promote their rebranding this summer. Here’s the first piece!
This is a sponsored post, but all opinions are my own.