Ding Dong Duck: EatStreet, Mallards partner to make special deliveries to fans
Team mascot, Maynard G. Mallard, to surprise hungry baseball fans
Madison ? Two of Madison?s homegrown favorites, EatStreet and the Madison Mallards, are bringing baseball and eats to fans May 18-19.
Teaming up, they?ll treat fans to pizza deliveries from Mallards team mascot, Maynard G. Mallard, this preseason as part of a social media contest and season-long partnership.
Starting May 10, fans can enter to win on EatStreet?s contest site, through midnight May 16. From 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on May 18-19, Maynard and EatStreet will deliver pizza, two Mallards tickets and fan gear to 25 randomly selected winners.
"The Mallards are thrilled to partner with EatStreet, a fellow local, Madison-based company," said Mallards general manager Tyler Isham. "The EatStreet brand fits with everything the Mallards are: fun, innovative, and family friendly."
In addition, throughout the summer, EatStreet is a primary sponsor of the Mallards 2017 Season. EatStreet will host six ?EatStreet Catch & Reel? nights at Breese Stevens Field, where attendees can enjoy a movie and fish fry.
?Madison is home base for EatStreet, and we?re always looking for fun ways to do more in the community,? said Suzanne Harms, EatStreet?s chief marketing officer. ?There are few things more fun in the summer than baseball and good food, which makes this the perfect pairing for saying thanks to our fans.?
EatStreet, one of the largest independent online and mobile food ordering and delivery services in the U.S., is the smartest shortcut between hungry and happy. Founded in 2010 by three college students, EatStreet is now in over 250 cities nationwide connecting customers to more than 15,000 restaurants. EatStreet is a privately held company with more than 1,000 employees based in Madison, Wisconsin. For more information, visit eatstreet.com/press.
About the Madison Mallards
The Madison Mallards are the nation?s most successful summer collegiate baseball team averaging more than 6,000 fans per game in each of the last 11 seasons. Founded in 2001 by Steve Schmitt, the Mallards employee more than 400 seasonal employees and are committed to executing affordable, family friendly community events for the people of Greater Madison.