The best gimmick in the Potomac Nationals’ Sunday “Titanic Day” promotion was that they allowed women and children into the stadium 15 minutes before menfolk. But that’s hard to illustrate, I suppose.
So here, courtesy of the team, are some pictures of the string quartet, and the weird iceberg thing, and the Titanic signage.
And to pad this item a bit, let me also direct your attention to some recent chicken-related P-Nats news. The club has a new deal with Chick-fil-A of Woodbridge, which means chicken sandwiches for sale in the stadium. And also this:
To complement the availability of delectable Chick-fil-A chicken sandwiches at The Pfitz, the Potomac Nationals also reveal a season-long home run promotion presented by Chick-fil-A of Woodbridge. This off-season, the yellow foul poles overlooking a pristine, revitalized diamond have been transformed into the Chick-fil-A Fowl Poles. All season, whenever a Potomac Nationals player belts a home run that hits either Chick-fil-A branded foul pole, all fans in attendance will receive a free chicken sandwich courtesy of area Chick-fil-A locations.
That’s good branding, I guess.