Then came the real challenging part where we laid down the actual process by which we will activate this promotion, whether in-stadium or on social media. I thought I came up with some really good ideas even if some of them are more or less unrealistic or unaffordable.
However, these signs or placards had become overwhelmingly unsightly with breaks, cracks, and discoloration. This persisted as I continued my first weeks and months with the team so much so that I wanted to bring it up to our community relations department in hopes of spearheading or moving along some activity on the front, perhaps getting them fixed. Judging by the fact that I haven't heard anyone talk about them in any department in my short time with the team, I thought maybe they had been forgotten about. My thought was to take initiative and offer to try to get something done about them. Almost literally the day or two around which I decided to say something to David in community relations, I saw maintenance associates out starting to actually fix and replace the placards! How wonderful! It was only today, then, that I saw the final results, and they look great.
Pictured are a few examples of our new Rays Garden placards. Enjoy!