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Doreen Arsenault

Mechandising Manager and Buyer

Boston Redsox

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Boston Redsox

4 Yawkey Way

Boston, Massachusetts,02215

United States

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Fenway Park: An Appreciation: One of the joys of New England is returning to the chapel that is the home of the Boston Red Sox -- Fenway Park Every visitor can see the invisible murals that have been painted and left behind by the men who have played there in ... more

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www.naplesnews.com

Red Sox Team Store retail manager Doreen Arsenault talks with Lenora Annibale, a visitor from Chery Hill, New Jersey, during the store's final day at City of Palms Park on Friday, April 29, 2011. The store closed for the season after Friday and will reopen its doors at the new JetBlue Park on Daniels Parkway in 2012. Allie Garza/Staff
Red Sox Team Store retail manager Doreen Arsenault talks with Shawn Senior's daughter, Alexandra, 8, while the two check out during the store's final day at City of Palms Park on Friday, April 29, 2011. The store closed for the season after Friday and will reopen its doors at the new JetBlue Park on Daniels Parkway in 2012. Allie Garza/Staff


www.naplesnews.com

Red Sox Team Store retail manager Doreen Arsenault talks with Lenora Annibale, a visitor from Chery Hill, New Jersey, during the store's final day at City of Palms Park on Friday, April 29, 2011. The store closed for the season after Friday and will reopen its doors at the new JetBlue Park on Daniels Parkway in 2012. Allie Garza/Staff
Red Sox Team Store retail manager Doreen Arsenault talks with Shawn Senior's daughter, Alexandra, 8, while the two check out during the store's final day at City of Palms Park on Friday, April 29, 2011. The store closed for the season after Friday and will reopen its doors at the new JetBlue Park on Daniels Parkway in 2012. Allie Garza/Staff For retail manager Doreen Arsenault, the new stadium means more space for her shop verses the two large tents Arsenault and her team would set up during games at City of Palms. But after working 17 years at City of Palms Park, nostalgia's making the move a bittersweet one for Arsenault. "I'm a little sad because I've been here for so long," she said. "It's a great stadium." It was a common statement made at the store, as longtime fans came in from the morning storms to grab a discounted jersey and spend time at the park before it loses its recognizable Red Sox stamp. The future of the stadium is still unclear, leaving many to wonder what will become of City of Palms Park once the Red Sox return to Lee County in 2012. "The saddest thing would be to see the stadium sitting vacant," Arsenault said.


www.hawkflyer.com

Doreen Arsenault, the Red Sox's merchandising manager in Florida, said she has already placed an order for an


www.projo.com [cached]

Doreen Arsenault, Sox merchandising manager down here, tells me John Henry, principal team owner, bought two bottle openers and got the employees discount of 50 percent. (You might also save some money buying on the Internet.)Arsenault says, "I have enlarged our stock so much and gotten into a lot of ladies clothing, as you can see, so they no longer have to buy the men's jackets in a small size or the men's boxy T-shirts.


mcreativepr.com

According to store manager Doreen Arsenault, as a thank you to team fans, all items, including authentic merchandise, novelties, youth apparel, men's and women's apparel, hats and St. Patrick's Day apparel, are discounted 50 percent off regular retail prices, and some select items are discounted even further.


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