BCB’s Danny Rockett talked with Club 400’s Stewart McVicar about his experiences at Cubs fantasy camp and his next charity event.
If you haven’t heard of Stewart McVicar, he’s the person behind Club 400 with the motto “Cubs Fans Helping Cubs Fans” who throws events with Cubs players, broadcasters and brass in his one of a kind award winning Cubs fan cave in Lake in the Hills, Illinois. He’s raised over $200,000 for people in need.
If you haven’t seen it, check out the article I wrote about the Tom Ricketts event last August. If you’re a die-hard Cubs fan, you’ve gotta see this place. And if you want to see it, you might as well party with Javier Baez at Stewarts house on May 10, get an autographed baseball, take a picture with Javy and see the museum full of unique Cubs artifacts in Stewart’s museum while raising money for United for Puerto Rico to raise money for hurricane victims.
Less than 20% of the original 250 tickets for sale are available. If you want to go. Act fast and buy tickets at Club 400’s website. If you haven’t been to a Club 400 event, it’s like nothing …Read the Rest
Source:: Bleed Cubbie Blue