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Miller Park Fundraising

 

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Miller Park is not currently hosting volunteer organizations into concessions.   

AYHA Parents, 

The Miller Park Group Fundraising Program is a great way to earn money for the association.  Contact millerparkcoordinator@arrowheadyouthhockey.com to be placed on the email list for updates AND for more information.

AYHA has entered into a contract with Delaware North SportService to provide four (4) or more trained volunteers to work concession stands for a minimum of ten (10) selected Milwaukee Brewers home games.  In exchange for providing the volunteers, the association earns a percentage of the sales (from 10 to 15% based on games/days).

Mandatory annual training is provided at Miller Park for all participants. Training is provided on various dates extending over a period of several months to accommodate schedules. An email will be sent out once the training dates have been scheduled. You can also email millerparkcoordinator@arrowheadyouthhockey.com for a list of training dates.

  • Scheduling is flexible; work the games that work with your schedule. A full calendar of games available will be provided to each participant.
  • Each shift will last approximately 6-8 hours.  There is no minimum nor maximum time, as each inning/game varies in length.
  • AYHA baseball caps are required for all volunteers and are purchased via the Miller Park Coordinator for $10 .
  • NO SHOWS: If you cannot work a game you have signed up for you need to find your own replacement. If you cannot find a replacement you will be charged up to a $75 no show fee along with possibly being responsible for 1% of the total money earned on that shift. (That is what can be charged to the group by Miller Park for a no show as Miller Park then needs to assign one of their workers to cover our missing worker, and it can also impact the percentage of sales the association earns for that game.)
  • All workers must show a valid state issued photo ID/Driver’s License to enter the stadium.
  • Volunteers are released by Miller Park personnel after the concession stand has closed, has been properly cleaned, and has been inventoried.