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New Citgo "Gas Pump" Sign to Grace Miller Park Friday PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Maury Brown   
Thursday, 30 August 2007 14:24

Miller Park Citgo signLook for a massive gas pump if you go to Miller Park when the Brewers host the Pirates tomorrow night.

The Milwaukee Brewers will unveil a massive Citgo sign in the shape of a gas pump just outside the right-centerfield fence, according to the Sports Business Daily. The new sign will light up each time the Brewers hit a home run.

According to the SBD, the "22-foot-high pump contains an LED board where the price of gas would appear, but it instead will display the distance of every homer."

The new sign is part of a continued sponsorship agreement between the Brewers and Citgo since last summer. During the sponsorship agreement Citgo will annually donate 100 game tickets and 100 T-shirts to a charity for a “Brewers Buddies Day.”


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