Turner Field, in the heart of downtown Atlanta, first opened its gates to Braves fans in 1997. It has hosted the 1999 World Series and the 2000 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. Turner Field has also hosted outdoor concerts including George Strait, the Dave Matthews Band and the Rolling Stones. Prior to becoming Turner Field, the facility hosted the Centennial Olympic Games in 1996, including all track and field events and both the opening and closing ceremonies. Turner Field combines the nostalgia and the atmosphere of old-time baseball with state-of-the-art family entertainment unlike that of any other ballpark.
The Atlanta Braves are proud to play in a world-class facility. While the team continues its remarkable string of successes on the field, our corporate participants reap the benefits each and every day in the business world. These partnerships forged throughout the years have been developed through the attraction of Turner Field.
The benefits of becoming an Atlanta Braves corporate participant are immense - season tickets, luxury suite access, VIP field visits, 755 Club memberships, uncluttered outdoor advertising and much, much more. We can customize any package to help you achieve your objectives. Corporate participation helps elevate your company's profile to a higher level by becoming a part of the Atlanta Braves team.
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