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Stogie News: Cigar Bars at MLB Parks Successful

6 Jul 2006

In my June 30 post announcing the Washington Nationals rebuffed our proposal to create a temporary cigar section at RFK Stadium, I argued there is an “indisputable demand for cigar friendly sections at major league ballparks.”

Demand for these facilities is evident in the highly popular cigar sections at the Pittsburgh Pirates’ PNC Park, the Tampa Bay Devil Rays’ Tropicana Field, and the latest case in point: the Camacho Cigar Bar at the Detroit Tigers’ Comerica Park.

Since it’s grand opening on June 23 (the Tigers beat the Cardinals 10-6), the new stogie haven has been inundated with Motor City baseball fans/cigar enthusiasts. And with top-shelf liquor, a delicious menu, large screen televisions, lounge sofas, and a wide assortment of Camacho cigars, it doesn’t look like the bar’s popularity will wane anytime in the near future.

The Camacho Cigar Bar is located on the Club Level of Comerica Park along the first-base side and is open to luxury suite owners and guests, and to any fan sitting on the Club Level or in the Tiger Den area. The bar is open two hours before game time and for an hour after the last out…The real attraction is the full selection of Camacho cigars, including SLR Maduros and Tubos, Corojos and La Fontanas. Prices range between $6 and $12 and humidified cigar lockers are available.

As you might have guessed, I’m going to assert this story is proof positive that our proposal to the Nats for a Stogie Guys Cigar Night at RFK would be successful. And I’m also going to take this opportunity to ask you, once again, to please consider signing our online petition to help make that event a reality.

-Patrick A


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