After hundreds of videos were submitted, Angel Engel, Carolyn Kiefer, Sam Flaig, Matthew Alvarado and Becky Pyritz of Horning Middle School in Waukesha have won the Brewers "Strike Out Bullying" contest. Students from all across the greater Milwaukee area were asked to create a commercial with a positive message to "Strike Out Bullying." The five students from Horning Middle School video was selected and their school will receive a grand prize which includes a visit from Brewers players as well as tickets and transportation to the Thursday, May 19 game against the Chicago Cubs.
Participants will enjoy a unique opportunity to pal around on the pins with their favorite Brewers players, all while helping raise money for Meta House, a nationally recognized, gender-responsive substance abuse treatment program dedicated to helping women through the progression of recovery.
On Saturday, May 14, the Brewers will welcome one of the music industry's hottest stars to Miller Park as multi-Platinum pop artist Andy Grammer will perform a full-length, free postgame concert, courtesy of Pick 'n Save, following the Crew's matchup with the San Diego Padres.
Brewers Community Foundation (BCF) Week begins on Thursday, May 12, as the Brewers begin a seven game homestand. Returning for its seventh year, BCF Week features activities at each game through May 19 to support the Foundation's charitable impact in the community.
The Milwaukee Brewers and American Family Insurance want to send you and three of your best friends on the road trip of a lifetime to see the team play the Seattle Mariners in Seattle. One lucky grand prize winner will get an all-expense paid trip to Seattle from August 18 - 21 to see the Brewers take on the Mariners.