Naperville Municipal Center Hosting Chicago Cubs Trophy Tour January 7

The Cubs Trophy Tour, presented by State Farm, is coming to Naperville to give fans the opportunity to see and take photos with the 2016 World Series Trophy. The trophy will be at the Naperville Municipal Center, 400 S. Eagle St., from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, January 7, 2017. This event is free and open to the public; however, the trophy will be removed from the building at 1 p.m.

Fans and visitors can park at the Municipal Center Parking Facility. Please note that entrance to this deck will only be allowed from Eagle Street, with all exits directed onto Webster Street. Overflow parking is available at the new Water Street Parking Facility located at 120 Water Street or any of the other downtown parking decks or lots. Accessible parking is available in all of the parking lots and parking decks throughout downtown Naperville. For more information on downtown parking, visit

The Municipal Center will open at 7 a.m., and at that time fans who are in line will be allowed inside, as capacity allows, and be able to utilize the public restrooms. Overnight shelter will not be provided. Only the Municipal Center main entrance doors located on the south side of the building will be open during this event. Fans arriving before 7 a.m. are asked to line up outside of the Municipal Center along the front of the building, then east of the main entrance on the sidewalk and continuing east towards Webster Street. People are encouraged to stay on the sidewalks and away from any traffic that may be entering or exiting the parking facility.

All trophy and event related questions should be referred to Chicago Cubs Fan Services at (773) 388-8270. Interested media can obtain press credentials by contacting Communications Manager Linda LaCloche at

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