Kapow Events Partners with Chicago Bears for Corporate Gatherings

August 11, 2014

Chicago Bears have partnered with Kapow Events for the events company to stage corporate gatherings at the north end of Soldier Field.

Referred to as the Kapow Events Terrace, the new space will accommodate up to 150 guests, the largest private event space in Soldier Field history.

Kapow Events, known for providing elite entertainment options for corporate groups, will activate the 7,000-square-foot space in a way that attracts a broader corporate audience to Bears games. The event space, which features spectacular views of Soldier Field and the Chicago skyline, was previously used for consumer events as part of the Miller Lite Party Deck.

“We know that nothing says Chicago like the Bears, so we are thrilled to offer this exclusive new space to our corporate clients,” explains Marc Halpin, CEO and Founder of Kapow Events. “Previously, companies were only able to entertain at Soldier Field in suites that held no more than 25 people. The new Kapow Events Terrace will accommodate companies that have wanted to entertain bigger groups at Bears games, but haven’t had a chance due to the space restrictions.”

Another key selling point for companies is that the extra space at the Kapow Events Terrace will give corporate hosts the flexibility to engage with every attendee throughout the game, which is prohibitive when people are in stadium seating or the corporate suites.

“After getting to know Kapow last year, we’re excited to officially partner with them for the 2014 season.” said Chris Hibbs, Bears Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “We place great importance on working with successful, local companies, and are looking forward to a terrific partnership with Kapow Events.”

The Kapow Events Terrace will be available for regular season games such as the highly anticipated Bears vs. Green Bay Packers game on September 28, as well as the Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints games in December, which are particularly attractive to corporate groups looking to book events during weekday evenings.

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