(Reading, Pa.)—Baseball season is coming to a close, but R-Phils fans can celebrate baseball season throughout the fall as the Reading Phillies have partnered with Mast Maze at Mast Farms in Morgantown, Pa. for its annual Fall Corn Maze. Fall 2012’s corn maze will be a Reading Phillies-themed attraction featuring none other than the Crazy Hot Dog Vendor.
“I take my kids to Mast Farms every fall-we love it there!” said R-Phils General Manager Scott Hunsicker. “This year will be even more amazing since the corn maze will be in the shape of the Crazy Hot Dog Vendor. My kids are chomping at the bit in anticipation of hiking through fields of corn as we navigate through this year’s maze.”
On Saturday, September 8th, Mast Farms will officially debut the 2012 edition of its annual maze as it welcomes all Reading Phillies front office personnel and their families, in addition to game day staff and their families, for Reading Phillies Day at the farm. Reading Phillies Day at Mast Farms will include appearances by the R-Phils’ zany group of mascots as well as the corn maze model himself, the Crazy Hot Dog Vendor.
Along with the Crazy Hot Dog Vendor emblazoned in the cornfield, Mast Farms is offering a five dollar discount to all Redner’s Kids Club members throughout the season. Each member will be admitted for $4 per person.
Mast Farms Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch is owned by third-generation Lancaster County potato growers. At the farm, corn, soybeans, wheat, strawberries, pumpkins, and of course, potatoes are grown. But above all else, Mast Farms produces fun with two mazes in 12 acres of corn (the largest in Eastern Pennsylvania), a petting zoo, and much more.
“We’re honored to be partnered with such a great, local organization,” said Mast Farms owner Ernie Mast. “It’s a great opportunity to be partnered alongside a terrific business and baseball team. We’re excited to meet tons of new friends this fall and see them get lost in the maze at Mast Farms!”
Mast Farms opens its 11th season of corny fun early this fall on Saturday, September 1st. The farm will be open throughout autumn until Saturday, November 3 on Thursdays from 3:00 to 9:00 p.m., Fridays 3:00 to 9:00 p.m., and Saturdays 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Admission to Mast Farms costs $9 per person with those 2 and under admitted free of charge. The farm is closed on Sundays.