Chicago Bears announce partnership with Levy, improving experience at Soldier Field

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Chicago Bears president Kevin Warren continues to leave no stone unturned as he looks to improve every aspect of the team's operation.

Included in that vision is an improvement to the gameday experience at Soldier Field. The Bears announced on Wednesday that they have reached a multi-year agreement with Levy. Levy is a leader in hospitality services across the Chicagoland area and the partnership with the Bears will improve the food and beverage offerings at Soldier Field.

In a statement that was released announcing the deal, Warren shared his excitement of what lies ahead for Bears fans while watching games at Soldier Field.

“The Chicago Bears are committed to providing our passionate fans with an exceptional home game day experience," said Chicago Bears President & CEO Kevin Warren. "Levy shares our passion for excellence, and we both recognize the unique connection between the Chicago Bears, football, family, and the City of Chicago. This partnership will elevate the fan experience through exceptional food, innovative offerings and a continued commitment to supporting Chicago-based businesses in our community.”

It's been no secret that since taking over as the President of the Bears, Warren has been comitted to not only improving the team but also the relationship with the City of Chicago. The deal with Levy is the latest example of that.

Chicago Bears fans will be eating good at Soldier Field next season thanks to the team's new partnership with Levy.

Levy CEO Andy Lansing also shared his excitement over the deal.

“Chicago is where Levy was born, and it’s the city we still call home after all these years, so we're thrilled to begin this new partnership,” said Levy CEO Andy Lansing. “We know how much game days mean to the fans here, and how much the fans mean to the city. We can’t wait to welcome everyone back to Soldier Field with a whole new hospitality experience.”

This is yet another sign of how improved the relationship between the Bears and Chicago has been under Warren's leadership. While there remains a much larger discussion about the logistics of the Bears having their next stadium on the lakefront, this deal is an encouraging sign for the organization moving forward.