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HICC Pet Announces New Partnership with Seattle Mariners

Leader in Home Grooming and Wellness, HICC Pet® Partners with Seattle Mariners to Present Three Bark at the Park Events at T-Mobile Park This Summer.

Bellevue, WA - HICC Pet ® , local innovator in home grooming and wellness for pets, has partnered with the Seattle Mariners as the presenting sponsor for the upcoming Bark at the Park Games this summer at T-Mobile Park. Combining both teams' love of dogs and passion for building community, the new partnership will bring fans access to unique experiences in the park as well as special deals on HICC Pet products all season long.

HICC Pet will be the presenting sponsor for the Bark at the Park games on Monday, June 10 vs. Chicago White Sox, Tuesday, July 2 vs. Baltimore Orioles, and Thursday, September 12 vs. Texas Rangers, at 6:40 pm. Dog owners are welcome to purchase a special “Dog Pack” ticket for these games where they can bring their best friend to the upper deck where there will be exclusive giveaways, water and relief stations, as well as photo opportunities and more. Make sure to join us postgame for a special walk around the bases with your dog.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with the Mariners for Bark at the Park,” says Brand Manager, Cara Castro . “As many of our team members are lifelong fans of the Mariners, this opportunity not only aligns with our brand's values, but also gets us dog moms and dads even more excited to come to the park!”

“Having HICC Pet join us and all Mariners fans and pups at the ballpark is a great addition to our three Bark at the Park nights,” said Liz McCloskey , Director of Sales Development & Group Events. “T-Mobile Park is already one of the best yards for dogs to visit, and having HICC Pet’s support will only elevate the experience.”

To grab a ticket for you and your Good Boy or Girl, visit .

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