Pelicans host Open House, Select-A-Seat on Saturday

Do you want the best seat in the house? Don’t just take our word for it, find the seat that fits you best with the Pelicans ‘Select-A-Seat’ day and preseason Open House, March 24th from 1:30 – 4:30pm.

In a free and open to the public event, fans can come out to Pelicans Ballpark and check out every view and see where they’d like to watch the game from best. Pelicans ticket representatives will be on hand to assist fans in selecting seats for new season ticket plans, partial plans, group outings or for upgrading or moving seats on renewed plans.

Choosing your seat is just the start of the afternoon. Fans will also have the chance to take exclusive behind-the-scenes clubhouse tours, pick up their season tickets and sign up for the FREE Wendy’s Pelicans Kid’s Club. The Pelicans Pro Shop will also be open with special deals for that day only. Free food in addition to activities for kids will also be provided.

But ‘Select-A-Seat’ isn’t just about seeing what the field looks like from the stands, it’s also about the view from home plate. Full-season season ticket holders, and fans that become full-season season ticket holders that day, get to experience batting practice on the field. The benefit goes to righthanders with the leftfield bleachers only 308 feet away, the shortest porch in the Carolina League.

Finally, fans can sign up for a chance to head to the California-Carolina League All-Star Game. Fans can be entered into a raffle later this season for two tickets and accommodations to the June 19th mid-summer classic in Winston-Salem, NC.

For more information about ‘Select-a-Seat’ day should contact Pelicans Ticket Account Manager Katelyn Guild at (843) 918-6016 or at KGuild@MyrtleBeachPelicans.com.

Pelicans single game tickets, season tickets, flex Books and mini-plans for the 2012 season are now on sale at the Pelicans Ballpark offices or by calling (843) 918-6000. Normal box office hours are Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm. Tickets are available anytime online at MyrtleBeachPelicans.com, powered by Ticket Return. The Pelicans open 2012 at home against the Wilmington Blue Rocks, Friday, April 6th, at 7:05 pm.

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