DBAP Ranks in PeTA’s Top Five Again

Durham Bulls logo DBAP Ranks in PeTA’s Top Five Again

PETAThe Bulls have gotten used to some lofty positions in the standings over the last few years, not only on the field, but in the minds of our friends at PeTA.

The food selection at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park has once again made the animal-friendly organization’s list of ballparks with great healthy options at the concession stands, as Bulls VP George Habel discusses in his latest installment of NOTE TO SELF.

From George Habels’ Note To Self:

PeTA Rates the DBAP
PeTA has again recognized the Bulls’ healthy menu choices – especially for fans that abstain from meat.

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals released their Minor League ballpark rankings last week: The DBAP was a lean, ripped Number Five in the nation.

Moe's Light SideA veggie sausage now compliments our veggie dog and black bean veggie burger.

Papa John’s offers a veggie pizza.

Moe’s Southwest Grill came aboard with a tofu burrito and fresh salads.

In the potato realm, we’ve added sweet potato fries, loaded tater tots and Chipstix.

Top that off with fried pickles.

Meatless and mouth waterin’. I’m headed to the concourse food court…

Thanks to DBBC’s Matt DeMargel for this capcom story & to CS’ George Habel for these capcom graphics.

 

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