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Dodgers Unveil Oklahoma Fidelity Bank Club

Oklahoma City Dodgers Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark

The Oklahoma City Dodgers unveiled a new renovation at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark for the 2017 season: the 5,000-square-Oklahoma Fidelity Bank Club.

The former Diamond Lounge features an unobstructed view of the field, enhanced food and beverage options, a brand new bar and upgraded furnishings.

“At the ballpark and in the community, the Dodgers exhibit the character and competitive spirit that make Oklahoma City a great American city,” said Jeff Ronen, President of Oklahoma Fidelity Bank. “We are proud to partner with our hometown team and help create an amazing experience in the Oklahoma Fidelity Bank Club for our fellow fans.”

Oklahoma Fidelity Bank is a division of Fidelity Bank, a fourth-generation family-owned financial institution based in Wichita, Kansas. Fidelity Bank has 400 employees and more than $1.9 billion in assets across office in the Wichita, Oklahoma City and Kansas City metro areas.

Oklahoma City Dodgers Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark

Oklahoma City Dodgers Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark

Also new this season at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark:

Champions Membership
The Oklahoma City Dodgers unveiled the brand-new Champions Membership to allow groups of four guests to experience the intimacy of ballpark seats with the upscale amenities of a suite. Groups receive VIP treatment in a unique, semi-private space that includes a table to enjoy all-inclusive food and beverage, plus reserved seats in a prime location.

New Ballpark Banners
The OKC Dodgers are adding 10 new banners to the exterior of Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark along Reno Avenue. These banners include Dodgers logos, players, families and more to add additional elements of marketing along a side of the ballpark that receives a lot of foot and driving traffic.

Interior Historical Signage
Along the concourse inside Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark were 18 historical signs that featured teams, players and baseball moments specific to Oklahoma prior to 1998. The OKC Dodgers have upgraded the signage for 2017 combining the historical facts with a modern design to give the signs a more contemporary and vibrant feel.

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