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Posted at 09:56 AM ET, 04/16/2012

Images from the Potomac Nationals’ Titanic Day

(All images courtesy Potomac Nationals.)
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.

By  |  09:56 AM ET, 04/16/2012

Categories:  Nats | Tags:  Potomac Nationals, Chick-fil-A

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