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Coca-Cola Replaces Pepsi As Official Soft Drink Of White Sox, U.S. Cellular Field
Published April 5, 2016
PIECE OF THE PIE: Ecker reported two years into a partnership with the White Sox, Illinois-based Beggars Pizza "has extended what was originally a five-year agreement with the Sox for another five, keeping its status as the team's sole pizza offering" through the '23 season. The team is "opening a new Beggars Pizza Pub beyond the left center field seats." The new spot "will be ready" for Friday's home opener and will "serve specialty pizzas as well as including a sit-down dining area." The pizza chain also signed a five-year deal with the Bears last season (CHICAGOBUSINESS.com, 4/1).