PRESS RELEASE – The West Virginia Power are excited to announce the hiring of David Kahn as the club’s new Broadcast and Media Relations Manager for the 2018 season. Kahn will be the lead voice on all 140 Power broadcasts, which can be heard on The Jock 1300 and 1340 AM and online at wvpower.com.
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PRESS RELEASE – The West Virginia Power, Class A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates, are pleased to announce the purchase of a new high definition video board and production suite to enhance Appalachian Power Park. The Power, through an agreement with Total Sports Entertainment, will install a LSI Smartvision LED video board during the coming weeks. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The West Virginia Power are pleased to announce the addition of national recording artists Love and Theft to the festivities of Redneck Night on May 28. The Power will host the Columbia Fireflies during the fifth incarnation of this award-winning promotion, which will feature a pre-game and post game concert by the duo from Nashville. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The West Virginia Power will host their fourth annual Redneck Night on May 23, 2015. The Davisson Brothers Band will perform a concert from 5:30 until 6:30 and then again after the game. This award-winning theme night will also serve as the finals to a new singing contest called Redneck Idol. The Power will team with 96.1 The Wolf to help one aspiring musician along Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The West Virginia Power and the City of Charleston are pleased to announce that the playing surface at Appalachian Power Park will be renovated for the 2015 season. Carolina Green Corporation will perform the complete overhaul of the surface, as announced at a Charleston City Council meeting on October 6, 2014. Continue reading
Baseball’s original redneck celebration is back for round three, as the Single-A West Virginia Power host Redneck Night on Saturday, May 24. The first 1,000 fans through the gate get a Power mason jar. Everyone in attendance will enjoy redneck-inspired games, a third redneck wedding, the first-ever ballpark divorce, and a special guest appearance.
PRESS RELEASE – The West Virginia Power front office, in conjunction with Appalachian Power, are pleased to announce the renewal of the naming rights agreement for Appalachian Power Park. The agreement, announced on May 17, will guarantee that the ballpark on Charleston’s East End remains named after the state’s preeminent utility company through at least the 2024 season. Continue reading