American Standard partners with Atlanta Braves

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American Standard partners with Atlanta Braves

Some the latest bath products from American Standard can be seen at customized, branded restrooms at SunTrust Park, the home ballpark of the Atlanta Braves.

While the park officially opened in March 2017, a three-year partnership between the plumbing brand and the Braves includes official American Standard bathrooms in the 41,084-seat facility.

Located on the main level, these unique women's and men's bathrooms include decorative murals that celebrate the American Standard products integrated with popular baseball imagery. The illustrations — which incorporate clever factoids about water use and the ballpark — were created by Midwest artist Adam Turman, whose bold style uniquely blends elements from both storied organizations.

The branded restrooms exclusively feature American Standard toilets, urinals, sinks, faucets and shower heads, which were selected for their innovative technologies that deliver reliable operation with heavy use, while also saving water and energy costs.

“Our goal in this exciting new partnership was to provide a more comfortable experience for the fans while helping the organization to save money through the durable and water-efficient commercial bathroom fixtures and faucets from American Standard," said Chris Brown, VP of sales for Lixil Americas, the division under which American Standard operates. "Our comprehensive commercial product offerings are built to withstand the high-traffic use they will receive in SunTrust Park for years to come, while providing high-style to this modern sports facility."

Additionally, restrooms throughout the ballpark — on the general and club levels, plus employee locker rooms — showcase stylish, durable and water-efficient fixtures and faucets, American Standard said.

"We chose American Standard because their plumbing fixtures and faucets are stylish and also meet the performance standards required for commercial restrooms, including sustainability, maximum hygiene and overall user comfort," said Mike Plant, president and CEO of Braves development.