COCA-COLA TO HOST 120th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION AT AT&T FIELD

The Game Will Be At 2:15 P.M. On Sunday, July 21st And Feature Nickel Cokes

Saturday, July 20, 2019

On Sunday, July 21st at 2:15 p.m. the Chattanooga Lookouts and Chattanooga Coca-Cola invite you to come out to AT&T Field to celebrate the 120th anniversary of Coca-Cola coming to Chattanooga.

To commemorate this special occasion fans will be able to get five cent cokes all game long. 

“The partnership between Chattanooga Coca-Cola and The Chattanooga Lookouts dates to before Babe Ruth played in Engel Stadium,” said Division Director of the Tennessee Valley Division of Coca-Cola UNITED Darren Hodges.

“We are honored the Lookouts are allowing us to open a week-long celebration with our first stop at AT&T Field.  We look forward to celebrating our 120th anniversary with employees and the community. What a great way to start!”

Along with nickel cokes, fans will be able to register to win great prizes from Coca-Cola throughout the night including a t-shirt, a year’s supply of Coke, a commemorative bottle, a Coca-Coca LED Sign and one stuffed polar bear. 

“We are thrilled to celebrate this special anniversary with such an iconic Chattanooga institution,” said Lookouts President Rich Mozingo. “We invite fans of the Lookouts and Coca-Cola to join us for what promises to be a great day at the ballpark.”

July 21st is also a Food Drive Sunday presented by TN 811, Call Before You Dig.  Bring a canned good donation for the Greater Chattanooga Area Food Bank and receive a free general admission ticket to Sunday’s game.

After the game will be the Trifecta of Family Fun presented by Pella Windows and Doors. As soon as the game is over, fans are invited to head to the CHI Memorial Picnic Pavilion for a 15-minute autograph session with your favorite Lookouts. 

Fans can also run the bases and head out into the outfield for a chance to play catch on the field. Tennis balls will be provided for throwing.


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