Jack in the Box Scores with Outfield Signage at Petco Park

Are you looking for new ways to make an impact with outfield signage? Are you looking to give your signage some personality?

Jack in the Box, one of the nation's leading fast food hamburger chains, has teamed up with the San Diego Padres to feature some of baseball's most creative signage. The restaurant chain, with 2,100+ restaurants in 18 states, features two (2) giant outfield scoreboard signs that creatively integrate the chain's mascot, Jack, into the action.

Jack, a mascot that resembles a toy clown from a jack-in-the-box, is featured in the signage promoting cheers for both the Padres and Tacos (a huge promotional push of the partnership). The signage supports a "Guess What's in Jack's Hat" promotion that offers all fans in attendance the chance to win two (2) free tacos if a select contestant guesses correctly.

And here's a unique one: Jack in the Box commonly gives out free team car antenna balls to consumers that purchase large combo meals in select markets... Something to consider for your next premium giveaway!

Check out Jack in the Box's signage below and look for it in future game broadcasts!  

Looking to Drive Post-Game Traffic?

Are you looking for ways to drive post-game traffic and sales at retail? Are you looking for new ways to leverage QSR partners?

Jack in the Box featured a creative signage piece at a Mariners-A's spring training game a few months ago that read, "You don't have to leave the game early, my place is open late." The signage serves as an effective branding piece that both resonates with baseball fans and provides a subtle call to action.

Consider new ways that you can convince consumers at the ballpark that they need to frequent your retail chain after the game!