Join The Cleveland Indians’ “Tribe Social Deck” At Progressive Field

I was recently invited by the Indians to sit in their new Tribe Social Deck at Progressive Field during an Ohio game with Cincinnati. It’s an exclusive section next to the bleachers. It’s literally a deck and is limited to nine people. There’s a flatscreen TV to keep the score and watch other live games, electric outlets and WiFi for laptops/gadgets.

It’s a great way to network and meet up with other social media folks in Cleveland. You don’t have to Tweet, Facebook or blog while you’re there, but if you’re a true social media user, I’m sure you won’t be able to resist. None of us actually brought our laptop bags, desks or printers, we just used our Smart Phones.

I highly recommend keeping your head up and not Tweeting while Peralta is at bat. You’re right in the line of fire and you don’t want a baseball hitting your head phone or laptop.

There were fireworks during Saturday’s game and the Indians PR guy, Rob Campbell, took us on the field and into the dugout for a private viewing of the fireworks/music show.

We had a great night and I’m pretty proud of the Indians for being the first in the NBL to offer such a high-tech, social media section and for recognizing those who recognize them daily. Those of us into technology really appreciate the innovation and creativeness.


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