2010 Chicago Fire Kickoff Luncheon Nearly Sold-Out
CHICAGO, IL (March 22, 2010) - The Chicago Fire Foundation announced today that it has limited tickets remaining for the 2010 Chicago Fire Kickoff Luncheon taking place on Wednesday, March 24 at 11:00 AM CT at the Swissotel Chicago (323 E. Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL 60601). The annual event benefits the Chicago Fire Foundation, the charitable sector of the Chicago Fire Soccer Club.
Prominent Chicago sports anchor Jim Rose will moderate a Fire Side Chat with Fire forward Brian McBride, Head Coach Carlos de los Cobos and Technical Director Frank Klopas. Fans and media in attendance will meet the team ahead of the 2010 MLS season, and are available to participate in a "wine lottery" and silent auction, with the proceeds benefitting the Chicago Fire Foundation.
With over 700 confirmed guests, the 2010 Chicago Fire Kickoff Luncheon will be the largest attended luncheon in the history of the club.
For tickets to the Fire's Kickoff Luncheon, please call 1-708-496-6740.
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