it’s game time

The Milwaukee Brewers


the game day program, Re-Designed.

You can’t visit Miller Park without picking up a Game Day program.

We’ve had the honor to get it right for the Brewers in their printing and distribution needs since the team’s inception in 1970 – from season tickets and parking passes, to scorecards and Game Day programs. For 49 baseball seasons, Delzer has teamed up with the Milwaukee Brewers to produce a first-class Game Day program for fans to enjoy each homestand.

Starting in 2017, Delzer brought another convenience to bat with the Game Day programs: in-house design. This added capability provides customers like the Brewers a robust, one-stop experience from start to finish.

Each homestand’s program is updated with photos, stats, and stories covering all things baseball in the Milwaukee community. That’s 26 homestands – each with two to three issues.

There are many moving pieces in the behind-the-scenes production of these Game Day programs, from design, to print and finally distribution. To ensure that fans’ Game Day programs are available at game time, we put into action a plan that continues to deliver a crowd-pleasing performance.

All Bases Loaded

It doesn’t stop at the Game Day programs, though. We consistently deliver clutch performances for the Brewers. Tickets, parking passes, posters, scorecard advertisements, and media guides are also projects we handle like a well-executed double play.

From start to finish, a single project may switch hands over 12 times across six departments. Even the most straightforward of jobs requires a strategic game plan. With our print-on-demand capabilities, a team of experts and 20,000 square feet of warehousing, we make sure each part of the job is done right.

Delzer’s lineup of industry experts work together to move the needle in production, creativity and customer service, turning customers’ visions, like the Milwaukee Brewers, into final, tangible products that can be enjoyed for years to come.

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