North Port, FL—The Atlanta Braves, Cool Today Park and Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) are proud to announce the LECOM Legends Club. The club is the newest addition of premium space at Cool Today Park, the Spring Training Home of the Atlanta Braves is slated to open at the end of the year.
“LECOM has been committed to improving the healthcare landscape for Florida residents since opening its Bradenton campus in 2004,” said John M. Ferretti, D.O., LECOM President & CEO. “This partnership with the Atlanta Braves and CoolToday Park is an opportunity to further encourage health and wellness to both baseball aficionados as well as the community at large as LECOM continues its mission to educate the osteopathic physicians, pharmacists, dentists and healthcare leaders of tomorrow.”
The upscale climate-controlled area is located directly behind home plate on the ground level of the stadium. With a capacity of 200 people, it will feature lounge type seating, conversational sets and a full- service bar. Planned for use for members during Grapefruit League Spring Training games as well as year-round member events. A versatile design will also allow for new and unique special event space.
Vice President of Florida Operations, Michael Dunn stated, “The partnership with LECOM allows the Braves to provide a great asset to Cool Today Park while showcasing the tremendous impact LECOM has on health and wellness. It’s an example of another great partnership with community leaders providing a great asset for fans and the community”.
Lottery-style deposits for memberships to the LECOM Legends Club will be available for purchase in early fall.
For club updates please visit www.Braves.com/LECOM or visit our Facebook page: Facebook.com/CoolTodayPark
For more information, please go to www.braves.com/springtraining or contact CoolToday Park at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 941-413-5000.
CoolToday Park is the spring training home of Major League Baseball’s oldest continually operating franchise, the Atlanta Braves. The park is the newest spring training facility in baseball and actively engages with the public via its Facebook page: