The home of the Jackson Generals (Class AA; Southern League) will go without a name for now, as the team and Kellogg’s negotiates a naming-rights extension for Pringles Park.
Kellogg’s now owns Pringles after buying the brand from Proctor & Gamble, which has had naming rights to the ballpark for the past 15 years. It sounds like both sides want to see an extension of the deal — Pringles is a major employer in the city, as the Pringles plant is only one of two in the world — but haven’t been able to reach a financial agreement, with the city and the Southern League monitoring the talks.
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