CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD)- For the fifth 12 months, Lowcountry households with allergy symptoms can take pleasure in an evening on the Charleston RiverDogs with out having to fret about peanut publicity.
On Wednesday, June 22, Charleston Allergy and Asthma is internet hosting Peanut-Free Night at Joseph P. Riley Jr. Ballpark.
For one evening solely, no peanuts will likely be offered on the ballpark and sections of the stadium will likely be all through cleaned and sanitized to make sure there isn’t a peanut residue previous to sport time.
According to FARE, a peanut allergy is the most typical meals allergy in youngsters underneath 18 and the third-most-common meals allergy in adults.
“The RiverDogs are proud to host such an excellent opportunity that helps unite our community in the love of the sport,” Dave Echols, president of the Charleston RiverDogs mentioned. “As America’s favorite pastime, baseball should be inviting and accessible for every fan in the stands. In partnership with Charleston Allergy and Asthma, we are committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment through comprehensive cleanings before and throughout the game to make this year’s event a home run!”
The RiverDogs tackle the Columbia Fireflies at 7:05 on Peanut-Free Night.
You should buy discounted tickets within the peanut-free part right here.