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The Rocket City Trash Pandas Emporium at Bridge Street Town Center will be closed until February 1. The grand reopening will feature new Trash Pandas merchandise and season ticket packages.

Trash Pandas Close Store- Temporarily

MADISON- The Rocket City Trash Pandas has temporarily closed the team’s Emporium located at Bridge Street Town Center and will have a reopening on Feb. 1. The reopening will feature previously unavailable, but highly demanded merchandise and new information regarding ticket packages and seating options.

“Our community has come out in record numbers to support the team’s brand more than 16 months before the first pitch,” said Ralph Nelson, BallCorps managing partner and Trash Pandas’ CEO. “Our fans have been clear they’d like the store to stay open and have requested great new merchandise items and we are happy to comply.”

Since the original opening of the Trash Pandas Emporium Nov. 12, more than 32,000 pieces of merchandise items have been sold at the store location. As the industry’s best indication of brand popularity, total merchandise revenues for the team, opening in Madison in 2020, are more than triple those anticipated for a new Minor League baseball team. The recent sales of the team’s merchandise shattered every known Minor League Baseball record for brand popularity in 2018.

With the temporary closure of the store, merchandise will remain on sale in the online store- trashpandas.milbstore.com. Ticket information is available on the team’s website- www.trashpandas baseball.com or by calling 256-325-1403.

The Trash Pandas have also announced the 2020 Concert Series to be held at the new ballpark, which has been designed to host music concerts in centerfield. The team is planning on six or more concerts during the first portion of the opening of the ballpark in 2020.

Nelson added, “The multi-use venue design provides the perfect setting for outdoor concerts.”

The dates, times and artists for the 2020 concert campaign will be made public throughout 2019.

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