LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced that longtime-partner ampm will now add the legendary Farmer John Dodger Dogs to its offerings at participating Los Angeles area ampm convenience stores. They will initially be offered to consumers at the price of two dogs for $3.
"We are genuinely looking forward to offering our fans an authentic Dodger Experience outside of Dodger Stadium," said Dodger Senior Vice President, Corporate Partnerships Michael Young. "ampm will be the only place outside of Dodger Stadium that someone can purchase a freshly cooked Dodger Dog prepared just as they would at one of our games. Bringing together two significant Dodger partners in Farmer John and ampm is something we are proud to showcase throughout Southern California."
"We are so proud of the relationship we've built with Dodger fans over the years," said Donna Sanker, Vice President of Marketing for BP Fuels North America. "Offering the world-famous Dodger Dog gives the team's fans and our customers one more reason to stop by ampm for that quick bite to eat and too much good stuff!"
More than 500 Los Angeles-area ampm stores started offering Dodger Dogs on April 5. This marks the second year that ampm and the Dodgers have been official partners. In addition to offering Dodger Dogs, ampm also partnered with the Dodgers in 2015 to open the first ever ampm branded convenience store at Dodger Stadium that offers fans a destination with an unmatched variety of beer, soft drinks, sweet and salty snacks as well as ampm's quality hot coffee.
The Dodger Dog was created in 1962 and is the No.1-selling food item at Dodger Stadium. More than 1.5 million Dodger Dogs are sold per season.
For questions or more information, please contact the Dodgers' Public Relations department by replying to this email or calling (323) 224-1301.
For nearly 40 years, ampm has been serving customers through a network of over 970 locations across Arizona, California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. The franchisee-based retailer is proud to be among the first U.S. convenience stores affiliated with retail fuel stations.