Friday, March 21, 2014
As the weekend concludes, Mondays and Tuesdays often loom as the dreariest days of the week.
The Charleston RiverDogs say that it doesn’t have to be that way and prefer to view it as a fun way to begin a new work week.
Mondays at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park doesn’t need to be depressing any longer as the RiverDogs feature the “Dollar Dogs and Dollar Beer Mondays,” where fans can enjoy $1 hot dogs and $1 beers, presented by Coors, in the Ashley View Pub located high above the third base line.
The club’s “Dogs with A Cause” program will once again feature a Lowcountry non-profit organization that wants to reach the huge audience that the RiverDogs draw on a regular basis every Monday home game.
“A beer and a hot dog together are part of what makes watching baseball in America great, and we’re happy to revitalize our ‘Dollar Dog and Dollar Beer Mondays’ with those specials, thanks to Coors,” RiverDogs General Manager Dave Echols said. “We will also continue to assist the many non-profit groups in the Lowcountry by having our ‘Dogs with A Cause’ program continue this season.”
Tuesdays will remain a popular night at The Joe with “2 for $20 Tuesdays” presented by Harris Teeter.
For only one Andrew Jackson, fans can purchase two game tickets, two tacos, two small fountain drinks and a plate of nachos by showing their Harris Teeter VIC card at the box office. It’s the perfect way for a couple to enjoy a date night out at the ballpark on the banks of the scenic Ashley River.
“Tuesdays will be another great day to take in our RiverDogs game with our ‘2 for $20’ special, thanks to new partner Harris Teeter,” Echols added. “That is a fantastic deal, and we think we’ll have a lot of fans take advantage of that opportunity.”
Tickets are now on sale for the RiverDogs 2014 season.
The home portion of the schedule begins April 7 with a seven-game homestand that features the rival Greenville Drive and Augusta GreenJackets.
For more information, contact the Riley Park Box Office at 843/577-DOGS (3647) or online at www.riverdogs.com.
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