Found March 01, 2012 on
The Sports Bank:
On the heels of yesterday’s deal with the Chicago White Sox, the University of Illinois and Chicago Fire Soccer Club have formed a cross-promotional partnership where Illini fans will receive special offers for Fire events, including pre-arranged behind-the-scene tours of Toyota Stadium and unique events like breakfast in the clubhouse.
Illini fans who purchase Fire season tickets by visiting here, will see 20 percent of the proceeds benefiting the University of Illinois Athletics IFUND. The purpose of the IFUND is to cultivate and prepare Illinois student-athletes to be leaders in industry, business and community.
The Illini and White Sox also formed a cross-promotional relationship where Illini fans will receive special offers to selected games, suites, group sales, patio parties and a special Illini Day on Friday, June 1, when Illini fans will have the opportunity to participate in a pregame parade and show their orange, while enjoying a fireworks display after the game.
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