Taking Flight: Cubs Sign United Airlines As Naming-Rights Partner On Stadium Club
The Cubs have signed United Airlines to a naming-rights deal for the Stadium Club at Wrigley Field, according to industry sources. The multi-year agreement for the 235-person United Club takes effect this season at the 97-year-old facility. This deal is the first naming-rights deal for the members-only restaurant in the ballpark’s right field corner. United has an existing relationship with the Cubs and this deal is part of a new and larger team deal between the team and the Chicago-based airline, sources said. Opening Day is April 1 at Wrigley Field. Levy Restaurants operates the United Club. Elsewhere in Chicago, United Airlines sponsors the fine dining club at Soldier Field and has naming rights to United Center, home of the Bulls and Blackhawks.