5/8/2013 4:22 P.M. ET
Mets Launch Series for Mets Moms
Exclusive Panel to Provide Feedback on Ways to Enhance Citi Field Experience for Families
Applications are Now Available at Mets.com/metsmoms
By / MLB.com
FLUSHING, N.Y., May 8, 2013 - The New York Mets today announced they are searching for Mets Moms to participate in an exclusive panel that will provide feedback and ideas for the club's outreach to moms and families throughout the tri-state area and beyond.
Fans can fill out an application at Mets.com/metsmoms now through May 31 for a chance to become a Mets Moms panelist.
The team is looking for Mets Moms panel members to represent the Mets fan base and bring the organization innovative ideas and suggestions on how to maintain and grow relationships with moms and families.
"By developing this panel, we want to solicit ideas from our fans about enhancing the experience for families at Citi Field," said David Newman, Senior Vice President, Marketing & Communications, Mets. "This is part of our ongoing effort to incorporate and encourage feedback from all our fans."
In a recent survey of baseball fans conducted by Exponential Interactive, the agency found more female fans of the Mets than any other team in Major League Baseball. Exponential Interactive tracked more than 1.3 million fans online in March 2013.
The Mets maintain a family-friendly environment at Citi Field highlighted by FanFest, an interactive kids zone featuring Mr. Met's Kiddie Field, batting cages, a dunk tank and video game kiosks.
This Sunday, May 12, the Mets are hosting a Mother's Day Brunch that includes a Baseline Box seat, an Amazin' Mom T-shirt presented by 1-800-Flowers, and a pre-game brunch buffet in the Caesars Club for $45. Tickets are available at Mets.com/momsbrunch.
Mother's Day will also feature a special pre-game performance by The Wiggles, the world's favorite children's entertainment group. There are a limited number of tickets providing access to an exclusive meet and greet with The Wiggles. Fans can visit Mets.com/thewiggles for more information.
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