I just got a letter from the Cubs inviting me to the second "Tell it to the Cubs Luncheon" with Crane Kenney on July 23. Wondering if anyone went to the first one and has any feedback. Also, if anyone has any ideas to bring up, post it. Below is a copy of the letter I just received:
Thank you for expressing interest in attending aTell it to the Cubs luncheon. You are invited to our second Tell it to the Cubs session, scheduled for Wednesday, July 23, at noon at Wrigley Field. As you might imagine, there has been tremendous interest in participating in these sessions – more than 2,000 season ticket holders have expressed a desire to attend. We thank you for your patience.
At our first luncheon last month we discussed stadium improvements, ways to enhance your Wrigley Field experience and a number of new potential opportunities for season ticket holders. The feedback we received was invaluable and we look forward to hearing from you this time around. This month we plan a slightly bigger group and I will ask Cubs senior front office staff to join me as well.
A few ground rules: Your passion for the team and its performance is assumed and while discussing the performance of our team would easily consume the time, the intent of the session is to focus on our ballpark, business, community and off-the-field endeavors. We want to hear how to better your experience as a season ticket holder beyond our shared goal of watching championship baseball. Please
also note this invitation is not transferable and only the person whose name is on the season ticket accountmay attend.
We welcome suggested discussion topics and we’ll work to incorporate those ideas into our informal agenda. Please reply to this message on or before July 18 with an e-mail to email@example.com to let us know if you will be able to attend our luncheon on July 23 at Wrigley Field. If you can attend, please meet us at the Gate G entrance near Addison and Waveland. A buffet lunch will be available, so
grab a hot dog and we will sit in the stands and chat. For those of you driving, please feel free to park in the Green Lot located at 1126 W. Grace Street. The Green lot will be open from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. on July 23.
Thank you again for your longtime support of the Chicago Cubs. I look forward to seeing you at Wrigley
Field on July 23. Go Cubs!
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