New Food and Ballpark Enhancements Highlight Additions at Arm & Hammer Park in 2015

Trenton Thunder LogoPRESS RELEASE – The Thunder, Double-A Affiliate of the New York Yankees, are proud to announce several new additions and sponsors to the Thunder family at ARM & HAMMER Park for the 2015 season.

On the suite level, fans will have access to brand new food options beginning with complimentary fresh popped popcorn and bottled water at the Suite Level Lobby Bar. New to the suite level menu is a wild caught Pacific Salmon, seared to perfection over sauteed baby spinach and mushrooms, and a buffalo chicken dip served with tortilla chips, crackers and celery sticks.

Oreo Churros, Trenton Thunder Facebook back

Oreo Churro Bites, Trenton Thunder Facebook page

For dessert, available both on the suite level and at the first base concession stands, fans can enjoy OREO Churro Bites. OREO’s twist on a classic ballpark favorite, they are rolled in sugar and served with an OREO Creme dip.

The main concession stands, the Thunder Road Food Court (Third Base Side) and the River Ave Food Court (First Base Side), will be home to traditional ballpark fare and brand new souvenir sodas and sourvenir helmet french fries and nachos. Another new dessert addition for 2015 is Deep Fried Ice Cream, which will be made available at Deep Fried Delights located at the end of each main concession stand. The deep fried ice cream will feature a single scoop of vanilla ice cream, twice frozen and coated with chocolate cookie crumbs before being fried into the perfect hot and cold mix.

Fitch’s place (located on the third base concourse) will serve BBQ Rib Sandwiches and Morabito’s Tomato Pies providing fans more diverse food options at the park.

The drink menu at ARM & HAMMER Park received two new additions to help fans, age 21 and older, keep cool in the heat of summer with Frozen Margaritas and Daiquiris. The two main concession stands will be serving Budweiser and Bud Light aluminum bottles out of new Chill Chambers which will serve the beer as cold as 22 degrees fahrenheit.

However, all fans will reap the benefits of the brand new cupholders installed in the 200 level of the ballpark, thanks to Mercer County Improvement Authority (MCIA). Each seat at the park now has a dedicated cup holder with the completed installation this offseason.

ARM & HAMMER Park also saw the installation of brand new stadium lights thanks to Mercer County during the offseason to meet MiLB’s lighting standards. Additionally, new spectator lights have been installed around the seating bowl to aid fans as they exit the ballpark after fireworks shows.

Fans buying tickets in-person at the Thunder Box Office will also notice brand new LED signs above the ticket windows this season.

Group outings in the picnic area will be under brand new tents this season to provide shade to large groups.

The Thunder Company Store also received several new additions including outerwear from Columbia Sportswear, women’s and girls clothing from Summit Sportswear and brand new glassware from Kapan-Kent. New items are coming soon for Star Wars Night (Monday, May 4) including t-shirts and special Star Wars Jerseys. Check out the new items here.

Your Thunder, the Double-A Affiliate of the New York Yankees, will begin the 2015 season on April 9 in Erie against the Seawolves. The first home game at ARM & HAMMER Park is on Thursday, April 16. Tickets for 2015 games are on sale now at Trentonthunder.com/tickets. All Thunder games can be heard on 91.3 FM WTSR and online at Trentonthunder.com.

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