The Atlanta Braves and Truist are launching a brand-new Home Run Market at the Community Corner presented by Truist. Visitors will be able to honor Hank Aaron’s legacy by supporting a collection of Atlanta-area diverse-owned small businesses. The reimagined space will include interactive photo ops and baseball-themed games, custom-painted baseball bats honoring Hank Aaron, and information about Truist’s #HomersforHank initiative supporting HBCU students and graduates. All activities are free and family friendly.
The Grand Opening will be celebrated on Friday, September 16. A special media preview will take place on Thursday, September 15.
Small Businesses included in the Home Run Market:
Alma Artisan – handmade artisanal hats, purses, jewelry
Beautiful Curly Me – Black dolls, hair care, books, journals, and puzzles from 10 year old entrepreneur Zoe
Bisu Trendy – handmade and stainless steel jewelry for all ages
Brooklyn Tea – founded by a husband and wife team, Brooklyn tea offers loose leaf, all-natural tea in more than 50 varietals
Club Candy ATL – offering a wide selection of colorful, premium candy
Dope Pieces – puzzle company providing visibility for Black artists
GRAIL – independent apparel, accessory, and bag brand whose innovative art empowers those searching for more
Kindred Paper – maker of custom greeting cards, marking every special occasion in life
Prototype – reimagined sportswear by ATL designers and storytellers, Manolo Prado and Kendrick King
Versus – premium vintage streetwear shop, consisting of “anything cool from the 80s and 90s”
WEAR BRIMS – luxury hat company standing for three basic principles: family, faith, and confidence
The Community Corner presented by Truist will be open in The Battery Atlanta from 2 – 8 p.m. for non-gamedays and night games, and 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. for day games through the regular season.