The Montgomery Biscuits, the Double-A affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays, is sick and tired of this generation.
So they're going all out to mock all elements of millennial culture.
Millennial Night will take place on July 21 when the Biscuits face off against the Mississippi Braves. The game will feature a participation ribbon for the first 1,000 fans, selfie stations and designated napping areas. And who can forget the most important millennial food of all, Avocados!
Want free things without doing much work? Well you're in luck!— Montgomery Biscuits (@BiscuitBaseball) July 11, 2018
Riverwalk Stadium will be Millennial friendly on Saturday, July 21st with a participation ribbon giveaway just for showing up, napping and selfie stations, along with lots of avocados 陋
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This is an obvious roast of millennials and their attitudes, and the Biscuits could not have pulled it off better. From the need to be rewarded for just showing up, to the over the top obsession with avocados, the Biscuits hit it right on the nose.
They went even further, saying that if anyone felt offended, all they had to do was submit a complaint by a certain time to get more stuff for free.
Offended? Feel free to fight your battles IRL and visit us at Riverwalk Stadium. Any millennials that actually come by during office hours before next Saturday and submits a valid complaint in person to our "Millennial Night Thinktank" may get a free ticket or two! https://t.co/XUNOz29gkO— Montgomery Biscuits (@BiscuitBaseball) July 11, 2018
The catch? The millennials actually would need to go all the way to where their offices are located in order to get their free ticket.
Well played, Biscuits, well played.