PGW: BRINGING THE HEAT TO CITIZENS BANK PARK

You know the tune “Take Me Out to the Ball Game,” and the mention of buying peanuts and Cracker Jack?  Sure you do, it’s been around for over 100 years!

For all of those in the mood for something other than Cracker Jacks – Citizens Bank Park is just the place thanks to Aramark Catering, the Philadelphia Phillies and if we may be so bold …PGW. Did you know that Citizen’s Bank Park is a natural gas customer?

Since its inception, the ball park has been cooking up fan favorites like hot dogs, Schmitters, Campo’s ‘The Heater,’ Tony Luke’s cheese steaks and Chickie’s and Pete’s Crabfries® with natural gas supplied by PGW**.

As the Phillies 10th season at Citizens Bank gets underway, we’re looking forward to its traditional food fare and new offerings. Here’s a sneak peek to get your mouth watering:

• Prince Edward Island Mussels, poutine or an over easy burger from Harry the K's

• Brisket grilled cheese from Alley Brewing Co. and Specialty Sandwich Shop

• Specialty hotdogs like the Summer Dog and The Slab Bacon Dog from Philly Frank & Stein

• Cheese steak nachos (with or without onions) from South Philly Cheese Steak Nachos

Whether you’re sticking to an oldie (but goodie) hot dog, or ordering up mussels from Harry the K’s, natural gas is making sure to “bring the heat” to all of your ballpark favorites. Go Phils!

(**PGW also supplies natural gas for heating Citizens Bank Park, and fueling gas-fired generators used to produce electricity.) To learn how PGW can fuel your business visit us at www.pgworks.com/business



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