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Benjamin Moore Inks Deal with the Chicago Cubs to Become Official Paint of Wrigley Field



Published May 22, 2014
Benjamin Moore & Co. has entered into a new partnership with the Chicago Cubs to become the Official Paint of Wrigley Field and the Chicago Cubs. This five-year partnership will kick off by restoring the Marquee to its green origins with gold trim to honor Wrigley Field's 100th birthday season.

Benjamin Moore will showcase its products by temporarily painting the iconic Wrigley Field Marquee to the colors featured from the 1930s era to commemorate the team's 1930s-themed homestand this week. This project is a part of the decade-focused celebrations happening to celebrate 100 years of Wrigley Field throughout the season.

"We are excited to work with the Chicago Cubs during their incredible transformation of Wrigley Field," said Dan Calkins, SVP of sales at Benjamin Moore & Co. "This work will showcase a variety of Benjamin Moore premium products that will perfectly restore and elevate the beauty of the Friendly Confines, whose heritage and fan base are one of the most storied in baseball."

The famous Wrigley Field Marquee was installed in 1934 and maintained a green color for a couple years, until it was painted blue in the late 1930s, and then eventually updated in 1965 with the iconic red color it is today. Benjamin Moore will paint the Marquee to match its original glory with Benjamin Moore Aura Exterior in Mallard Green 2053-10 (for the green background) and French Quarter Gold 287 (for the swirls on the Marquee). On May 22nd, Benjamin Moore will paint the Marquee back to its modern red color with Benjamin Moore Aura Exterior in Million Dollar Red 2003-10.

"It takes high-quality products and expertise to maintain a 100-year-old ballpark, which is why we're excited to partner with Benjamin Moore as the official paint of the Chicago Cubs and Wrigley Field," said Cubs vice president of Ballpark Operations Carl Rice. "We'll rely on Benjamin Moore's paints to keep Wrigley Field looking its best during our centennial season and know they'll be a tremendous asset for our future projects as well."

A ceremonial first brushstroke will kick off the Marquee painting Wednesday, May 14, at 9:30 a.m. CT. The first 1,000 fans to visit will receive a limited-edition Chicago Cubs/Benjamin Moore T-shirt. Consumers also are invited to contribute to painting a large-scale baseball bat-themed mural on-site.


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