This MLB season, guests at Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom can root, root, root for the home team – the Colorado Rockies – to keep stealing bases with a complimentary brew in hand.
The award-winning pizza brand is showing support for its hometown team with the announcement of a sponsorship agreement with the Colorado Rockies to continue its annual “Steal a Base, Steal a Beer” promotion. For every base the Colorado Rockies steal during the regular MLB season, OC Rewards members can grab a free 10-ounce draft beer from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. the following day at any Old Chicago restaurant in Colorado or Cheyenne, Wyoming.
“We are thrilled to sponsor the Colorado Rockies for another season,” says Josh Kern, chief marketing officer for SPB Hospitality. “Last year, the Rockies stole 89 bases, and we handed out 46,376 ‘stolen beers.’ Fans loved celebrating each steal with us at Old Chicago. With our extensive beer lineup featuring more than 90 craft beers and a beer expert always on staff, Old Chicago is the perfect place to cheer on the Rockies this season.”
“Just because we can’t have fans in the stadium this season, doesn’t mean they can’t still cheer on the team at other fun spots,” adds Walker Monfort, vice president of corporate partnerships for the Rockies. “With the Rockies season looking much different this year, our partnership with sponsors like Old Chicago bring some added energy to our games. We are excited for another season of partnering with an exceptional brand to continue our ‘Steal a Base, Steal a Beer’ promotion.”
To sign up for Old Chicago’s OC Rewards program, visit oldchicago.com/page/oc-rewards.
Guests at Old Chicago can enjoy hand-tossed crust and freshly prepared ingredients honoring the influence of Italian tradition and American innovation. Old Chicago is the Craft Beer Authority with more than 100 local and legendary craft beers. A beer expert is always on staff to guide guests’ discovery through the World Beer Tour where guests can earn OC Bucks towards future food and beverage savings, a great way to enjoy their favorite slice or pint.
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