Green Mountain Transit and the Vermont Lake Monsters Continue Partnership

Burlington, VT—Green Mountain Transit (GMT) and the Vermont Lake Monsters have entered into an exciting new partnership for the 2016 baseball season. Through themed promotion nights and a park way-finding system, baseball fans gain exposure to GMT and learn about the local public transportation system.

“Green Mountain Transit is always looking for fun and exciting ways to promote the agency,” says Karen Walton, General Manager. “The Vermont Lake Monsters have always been great partners and they work hard to create promotions that focus on the value of public The way-finding system uses color-coded “bus routes” and bus stop signs to guide fans through the ballpark. The purpose is to eliminate confusion when trying to access parts of the park, for example the area out near right field.

Joe Doud, General Manager for the Vermont Lake Monsters said, “The Lake Monsters are very excited to solidify another three year partnership with GMT. GMT is helping bring a new level of excitement to the ballpark through different promotions and fan giveaways. We look forward to working with GMT for many years to come!”

Upcoming Green Mountain Transit promotion nights:
• August 7, 2016: Champ’s Birthday Party with a special appearance by the Zooperstars!
• August 12, 2016: Halloween in the Park. The first 500 fans will receive a Lake Monsters Pillow Case. Look for GMT’s haunted bus!

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