Rotational Signage Package - Deliver your company's brand and message directly in the sightline of the on-field action. Reach the home and visiting broadcast markets along with the national television audience and the millions of fans in attendance. This rotational package allows the sponsor to appear in eleven (11) different locations simultaneously throughout the ballpark including:
Main Scoreboard Tri-Vision Sign - Affixed to the main video board at PETCO Park, your company's brand and message are prominently visible to all fans throughout PETCO Park. This three-sided panel rotates evenly on one-minute intervals. A full face measures approximately 40' high by 28' wide and a half face is 20' high by 28' wide. Unlike some traditional signs, the location of the tri-vision creates hundreds of impressions to each visitor throughout the game as fans constantly reference this area to view items such as statistics, balls, strikes, outs, replays, video board features, lineups and time of day.
Right Field Oversized Fascia Sign - One of PETCO Park's most uniquely-placed signs; the Right Field Fascia allows a dominant presence in-park and also gains significant television exposure. These large signs measure approximately 5' high by 38' wide and 5' high by 26' wide.
Outfield Wall Sign - This premium field level signage is highly visible to the home and visiting broadcast markets along with the national television audience and fans in attendance. They range in size from approximately 9' high by 17' wide to 7' high x 20' wide, depending on exact location.
Mini-Scoreboard Signs - These eight (8) backlit signs are approximately 3' high by 4' wide, fixed to the left or right of the mini-scoreboards and located throughout the main concourse. These signs provide great visibility to fans as they walk through the ballpark.
Concourse Dioramas - Located throughout the three concourse levels, these backlit signs measure approximately 5' high by 3' wide. These signs receive multiple impressions from a captive audience waiting in line at the restrooms, concession stand, or finding their seats. The size and location of these signs allow you to tell your brand's story.
Third Base Line, Field Level Wall Sign - This prime location delivers your company's brand and message to fans in attendance, the home and visiting broadcast markets and national television. This sign, located just beyond the third base cutout measures approximately 2' high by 16' wide.
Terrace Level Fascia Sign - This branding piece is visible to in-park fans for all Padres home games and PETCO Park events. Backlit and fixed to the Terrace Level, these signs measure approximately 3' high by 14' wide or 3' high by 16' wide depending on the exact location.
Right Field Clock Panel - This fixed, highly-visible, backlit sign and LED make in-park fans aware of the time of day, temperature, pitch type and pitch speed. A continuous reference point for fans throughout the game, this sign is approximately 7' high by 26' wide and located on the East ramp in Right Field.
Right Field Strikeout Board - Count the Padres pitching strikeouts each game and integrate your company's brand and message. This location is approximately 7' high by 26' wide and located on the East ramp adjacent to the right field foul pole.
Groundskeeper Opening Sign - This sign is located just above the groundskeeper opening and is highly visible to fans in-park, the home and visiting broadcast markets and the national television audience. This sign measures approximately 7' high by 16' wide and is adjacent to the left field foul pole.
FriarVision Sign - Capture ballpark attendees through this fixed sign located directly below the main video board in left field. Approximately 3' high by 20' wide, this sign is visible to fans that repeatedly reference the video board for replays, in-game entertainment and other important information.
Left Field Grandstand Cubes - Directly above the playing field, these two (2) signs each measure approximately 4' high by 4' wide. These dual locations allow high visibility for your brand in-park, on home and visiting broadcasts as well as national television including highlight shows.