As I look at the Turner field located on 755 Hank Aaron Dr Se, Atlanta. Which also can be seen from the highway on I-75.The front has an American baseball feel to it with the brown bricking in the front and the big rustic red letters on the top that read “Turner field” There is a baseball in between the words Turner and Field.At night the letters and the baseball light up. The numbers are by the front entrance. These are the baseball players that are greats/ hall of famers for the Atlanta braves baseball organization.
Giant baseballs are on the landscape of the entrance just in case you don’t know what type of field you’re at (sarcasm). Posters of all of the seasons games and since
it was the last season for the braves pictures of historic players where also shown by the entrance. The design of the front seemed to encourage people to buy tickets if they haven’t obtained them earlier before the game. Their are three tickets in the front with a clear sign over each booth that says “Tickets”. The main street the field is on is very busy. Cars come in a continuous line both ways with a mix of work commuters and Gsu students commuting to school. you can see the coke bottle statue from a mile away on the top of the field. Coke is a big sponser of the Atlanta baseball team (mainly because Atlanta is home to Coca-Cola head quarters).It is red and brown and lights up at night. Next to the coke bottle is a huge black and white chic-fil-a cow with a sign that reads “due the chop eat the chiken”. Atlanta is also home to the head quarters. These are iconic structures for the turner field to give a since of pride and ownership to the Braves fans. All of the elements and surrounding sponsorships give a distinct look to turner field so that you cant mistake it with any other field in America .