The City of Pittsfield is tinkering with the idea of banning the sale of nips in order to curb pollution. Yes, people buy nips, drink 'em and then chuck 'em on the the side of the road. Why? Because state redemption centers do not take them or offer any money back for them.

Nips, apparently, are one of the most littered item in the state of Massachusetts. Pittsfield councilors are split on what to do about the sale of nips in the city since they are big sellers for local liquor stores.

CAN I GET A SLEEVE OF FIREBALL, BRO?

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We have all heard that at the liquor store if you are a drinker.

WELL, THE PITTSFIELD SUNS BASEBALL TEAM ARE DOING SOMETHING ABOUT THE NIP LITTERING PROBLEM!

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The Suns are playing the Brockton Rox on Saturday, June 25th and they are offering FREE ADMISSION.

Here's the catch... no pun intended. 😁

If you bring an empty nip bottle to Saturday night's game, they'll let you in for free! It doesn't matter if you find one or buy one and drink it before the game lol.

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As far as how many nip bottles you can bring? I don't know. You can always check pittsfieldsuns.com.

 

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