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personalized wrigely field bricks

With the current renovations being made to Wrigley Field and the surrounding area, the Chicago Cubs are offering fans the opportunity to get their very own 4″ x 8″ personalized brick to be placed somewhere around Wrigley.

cost: $160 (yikes!) I have a hard time forking over $160 on my own. Maybe if it were $60. Or maybe if my family pitches in or somethin’.

The only photo they had available was this weird rendering seen in the banner above. I’d be pretty upset to see a stupid picnic bench placed on top of my $160 brick.

The nice thing is that they are allowing for three lines of copy with 15 characters per line. You could say quite a bit in your brick. What to say on a brick? Hmmmmm…..

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Matt Maldre
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I wouldn’t put your name on the brick. Just the RUB THIS BRICKAND THE CUBSWILL WIN TODAY“RUB THIS AND CUBS WILL WIN” is not specific enough. Rub what? Rub my XXX? Plus putting your name on it makes it too much like “oh look at me and how smart i am.” Just let the brick be the brick with the funny saying. And then it will become a famous brick and then you can say you made that brick and people will be like ‘WOW, THAT IS YOUR BRICK?!” But if you put your name on it, then it’s like… Read more »

Matt Maldre
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(wow my first comment on this blog post was unlikelymoose’s 1,500th comment on this site!!!)

Mark R
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Mark R

I posted this on Spuds website as well, but count me in for $10 towards the brick.

Kristina J.
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Kristina J.

count me in!!! and let me know when the paypal link is up.

or moose if you’re headed to monster trucks on saturday. i’ll give ya the cash. 🙂

Mark R
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Mark R

I’ll do that…

Tom Saaristo
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Telly Savales!

Mark R
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Mark R

Who loves ya Baby???

Walt
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Walt

I just happened to stumble upon your website while doing an image search on Ryne Sandberg.

If there’s one regret I have from college, it’s that my friends and I never went in together to buy a brick for the new library project. So, please, even though $160 is a lot for a brick (it better chop vegetables for $160), don’t make the same mistake I did. Get some friends to pitch in and buy the brick. It’ll be fun!

Beach Gal
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Beach Gal

Hi there! I found your blog when I googled “Wrigley Field Bricks”. My husband was born in Chicago but moved to California as a baby – HUGE Cubs Fan tho! Well, I just have to know the ending of this story! Did you get your Lucky Brick? Does a map come with your brick so you can find it? Is it under a picnic table? Hey – we went to the Cubs game in L.A. on Sunday (lost) – we should have gone on Saturday (won) when Zambrano pitched that awesome game! Oh well – we still had fun –… Read more »

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