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The Rocket City Trash Pandas retail store is moving to a different location at Bridge Street Town Centre beginning Monday, July 29. Photo Contributed

Trash Pandas On The Move…Again

MADISON- The Rocket City Trash Pandas continue to be on the move- literally.

The Trash Pandas’ retail store at Bridge Street Town Centre will relocate to a new location beginning Monday, July 29. Previously located beside the Apple Store, the new location will be relocated near the “bridge” in the former location for Michael Kors, suite 125, next to Moe’s Southwest Grill.

“If we hear a constant comment, it has been the store we occupy is always crowded. The new location should ease that problem in plenty of time for back-to-school shopping and the holiday season,” said Ralph Nelson, Trash Pandas CEO. “The re-location provides double the amount of square footage for Trash Pandas fans.”

The soon-to-be baseball team will celebrate its new location with a day-long Grand Re-Opening Celebration from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and will feature music, temporary Trash Pandas tattoos for children, merchandise giveaways and more of a large selection of team merchandise. A door prize of Trash Pandas merchandise will be awarded every two hours.

In an additional promotion that is currently underway, remaining Authentic Jersey Experience packages will be available for purchase at the discounted price of $199 on Grand Opening Day. The promotion offers fans the opportunity to purchase authentic inaugural season jerseys and the experience of being in the team clubhouse with their locker and taking batting practice on the field and a post-game meal for participants and two guests in the Stadium Club.

“The Trash Pandas Emporium has achieved more than $1.25 million in sales since opening at Bridge Street last November,” added Nelson.

The Rocket City Trash Pandas is the Double-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels and will have opening day on April 15, 2020 at the Trash Pandas Stadium located at Town Madison on I-565. The team will soon host a stadium naming rights partner.

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