Denny Sanford PREMIER Center installs breastfeeding pods

Sanford Health provides two private suites for nursing and pumping

News reporters and businesspeople gather for a news conference at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center. The general manager is speaking at the podium with a nursing suite behind him.

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Denny Sanford PREMIER Center, with the help of Sanford Health, is taking steps to support breastfeeding moms who attend events at the PREMIER Center and Convention Center in Sioux Falls.

Two breastfeeding suites will be placed on site to provide nursing mothers with a clean, dignified and private space.

“We recognize the need for this type of assistance for women who attend the many events held at Denny Sanford PREMIER Center and Convention Center,” says PREMIER Center General Manager Mike Krewson. “Thanks to a partnership with Sanford Health, it is now possible to give them an appropriate solution to their needs.”

One nursing suite will be located in the PREMIER Center while a second suite will be placed in the Convention Center. The suites are portable, and their location will be adjusted as event demands require.

What’s inside a nursing suite?

The suites were created by Mamava, a company dedicated to transforming the culture of breastfeeding by making it easier for more women.

The Mamava suites are a self-contained, mobile pod with comfortable benches, a fold-down table, an electrical outlet for plugging in a breast pump and a door that can be locked for privacy. The 4-by-8-foot pod is meant for individual use but can fit more than one person, such as mothers with babies and other children in tow.

“We’re thrilled to support breastfeeding mamas at Denny Sanford PREMIER Center,” said Sascha Mayer, co-founder and CEO of Mamava. “We believe that all mamas deserve a clean, comfortable and dignified place to use a breast pump or breastfeed distraction-free — anywhere, anytime. Mamava pods provide flexibility for facilities and easy access for moms.”

Reserve the breastfeeding suites by installing the Mamava app, visiting the PREMIER Center website or scanning a QR code found on signage at Denny Sanford PREMIER Center. The app shows users where the suites are located and provides a code to enter on a key pad located on the front of each suite.

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