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Some bad timing.
Or Dell marketing Chicago Cubs and White Sox play tonight nothing shocking about that.
But it's the first game the new mini series called up BP -- Yeah that.
A lot like Wrigley Field gap.
And they show goes on they'll -- the -- today I've got the chief marketing officer for the cubs with me.
Wally Hayward -- tell -- you look at this historic beautiful ballpark.
You're starting this BP out tonight we have the guys -- -- Well as a joint effort between the Chicago Cubs and our marketing team in the Al White Sox in -- it's declined together and not their partner both -- Wally is considered to be the first free agent signing by the rickets family who's hired -- took over the cubs and BP seem like a good idea at the time -- -- sticking by this and they're sticking by you correct yes absolutely we.
We did the deal before the tragedy happen.
In the golf -- just like our fans and everything we stick by our corporate partners are going through a difficult time right now you've got difficulty getting the -- I mean you you can't just plastered this ballpark with signs that -- national registers two or start voices right.
Absolutely where one of the few ballparks you know look we have eight signs in that whole area and you look at Fenway and so the other.
Historic ballparks in about 67 signs.
And we can't do that -- on this kind of sponsorship right.
It is critical corporate sponsorships are critical.
For us to not only -- a championship product on the field.
But preserve Wrigley Field for the next hundred years and then next generation and Wally Hayward is still put BP gas in his cars wells that were all good here in Chicago.
They're battling for the cup whatever you want to call.
-- -- Did today go.
And a hundred years Jeff I suspect the cubs will win a World Series the next hundred years ago.
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