Toyota Territory Expanding for 2014 Season

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I don’t recall seeing an official press release from the Brewers like they put out when the new Miller Lite Party Deck was created before last season, but regardless the Brewers announced to someone that the Toyota Territory behind right-centerfield will be expanded before Opening Day.

Here is a reproduction of an article by Dick Kaegel of MLB.com outlining some of the plans.

“Redevelopment of the Toyota Territory in right-center field at Miller Park is the key element of a multiyear partnership with the auto company that the Brewers announced on Thursday.

The area will be changed from a 24-person private group space to a facility open to all fans. The 1,493-square foot area will be capable of holding more than 100 people.

“We are excited to expand our partnership with Toyota and we are certain that the improved Toyota Territory will be a popular location for fans to enjoy Brewers baseball,” said Brewers chief operating officer Rick Schlesinger.

The club explained that the concourse level, with an approximate capacity of 75 guests, will be open to all fans at all 81 regular-season home games. Seating and high top tables will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. A raised portion of the new Toyota Territory that will hold approximately 30 people will be open to all fans during 41 regular-season games. Toyota will have use of this section for the remainder of the games for promotions and corporate functions.”

Here is a link to the original article: Brewers Expanding Toyota Territory at Miller Park

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