From Fenway to the Oakland A's, Mamava suites are nation-wide. But far from everywhere. We've researched which stadiums lack breast pumping accommodations. Click on a stadium link below to send an editable email asking for better places to pump.
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Are we missing a stadium? Let us know! Having trouble getting the above links to work? No problem, here's the template - feel free to cut and paste this in to your email!
 

Dear [Arena/Ballpark/Stadium Name],

 

I’m a breastfeeding mother and I’ve noticed that many arenas, ballparks, and stadiums now provide their mom fans with comfortable, secure, and private spaces to pump breast milk or nurse their little one.

 

But I haven’t found such a place at your arena.

 

I’m writing to request that you improve the guest experience by providing a dignified place to pump that’s not a First Aid station (where injured or ill people need to be treated) or a bathroom. (A bathroom is no place to prepare food.) Mamava has a simple solution in over 20 arenas and stadiums (Levi’s Stadium, Mile High Stadium, and Fenway Park, to name a few) around the country where they have already installed free-standing lactation suites to ensure a stress-free guest experience for moms and their families. http://www.mamava.com/

 

Breastfeeding is at an all-time high in the U.S. and, fortunately, continues to rise. This is great news for the health of both babies and mothers!  But the reality is that we don’t always have our babies with us--whether we’re on the go for work or leisure--and we need access to clean lactation spaces everywhere. When your stadium provides a dedicated space for pumping and breastfeeding, you send an important message of inclusivity and support for all your guests. You also earn the support and approval of happy mothers on your social media channels!

 

Please help us keep our babies healthy by making sure that moms have dedicated places to make food and show the world you’re a family-friendly venue.

 

Sincerely,