BIG NEWS FOR FRANKLIN FIELD

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Last week on June 25 American Family Field, home of the Milwaukee Brewers, returned to full fan capacity seating. Now Franklin Field will do the same. The Milkmen are defending league champions, are in first place in their division, and are very fun to watch. Now more fans will have a chance to watch them.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Mike Zimmerman

mikez@rocventures.org

(414) 248-0418

As of July 6, Milwaukee Milkmen Will Allow 100% Capacity
 “Return to Community” Begins at Franklin Field

Franklin, Wisconsin (June, 2021) – The Milwaukee Milkmen have announced that Franklin Field will return to allowing 100% capacity as of their next home stand, a six-game series beginning on July 6th.

With COVID vaccinations widely available and infection rates plummeting, health officials have given the green light to another step toward normalcy. (The Milwaukee Brewers returned to full capacity at American Family Field on June 25th.)

“We’re grateful to our fans for their patience during the COVID restrictions,” said Mike Zimmerman, CEO of ROC Ventures, developer of the Ballpark Commons mixed-use development and owner of the Milwaukee Milkmen. “A bit of discipline, sacrifice, and creativity got us to where we are now, and Franklin Field’s open-air design lets us return to a situation that is very close to normal.”

The Milkmen’s First Responders & Front Line Workers Appreciation Game is set for Friday, July 9th. The entire Milwaukee Milkmen schedule and tickets are available at http://www.milwaukeemilkmen.com.



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