Found February 08, 2013 on
Who doesn't enjoy going to the stadium for a good promotion?
Well, the Reds have plenty of them this season thanks to the brilliant minds in their marketing department. I know most folks really don't need an extra incentive to attend Reds games, but here are some for the folks that do.
Reds fanatics, I present to you the Top 10 promotions of the 2013 season:
10) Reds Stein
+ Monday, September 2 (1:10) vs. Cardinals
+ The only thing better than wetting your whistle with some suds is by doing so from a Reds stein. I believe 20,000 fans will drink to that.
9) Reds Cap
+ Saturday, August 10 (7:10) vs. Padres
+ I don't know about you, but I'll take a free hat anytime somebody is willing to give me one. And so will 20,000 fans on this summer August evening at GABP.
8) Reds Fleece Blanket
+ Saturday, April 6 (1:10) vs. Nationals
+ The first 20,000 fans through the gates receive a cozy blanket, presented by Duke Energy Retail. April can be a rather chi...
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Here is how...
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by: Dan Howard
Dear Mr. Olney,
Have you taken leave of your senses? Is your office located near a mortician and the formaldehyde fumes have clouded your thinking? Or do you have a profound hatred of the Cincinnati Reds? I make the last statement considering two of your top ten teams beat the Reds to win the World Series – 1939 Yankees and the 1970 Orioles...