Corn-themed fun returns to the ballpark with the St. Paul Saints

The Minnesota Corn Growers Association is again bringing corn-themed fun to fans at St. Paul Saints games this summer. Throughout the season fans watching the team at CHS Field in downtown St. Paul will learn about modern corn farming through in-stadium promotions, interactive games and advertisements during Saints broadcasts and on the team’s website.

Both foul poles at the ballpark will once again be corn cob-themed with “Minnesota Corn” prominently displayed in the eye-catching design. The world’s largest game of corn toss will also resume this year and be played between innings while the PA announcer shares some fun facts about corn.

In addition to the attention-grabbing signage and interactive fan experiences, MCGA will also partner with the Saints on a new promotion in 2018. Aptly named the “Aww-Shucks” moment of the game, MCGA will donate $100 to the University of Minnesota Bee Lab for each error committed during the game. During MCGA Night at the ballpark on Sept. 2, the total will be presented to the Bee Lab, which promotes the conservation, health, and diversity of bee pollinators.

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