About Us

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide the ultimate party extravaganza through a channel of superior services by cultivating long term partnerships with our clients and vendors.  Our goal is to deliver a unique, first class escapade through the use of cutting-edge technologies, world class customer service and with the philosophy of ethical business practices.  We stand by our brand "It's more than just a saying.  It's a lifestyle.  It's an attitude.  It's an experience.

What is The Wolf of Wrigley??

So a lot of people are asking "What does The Wolf of Wrigley mean?"  Let's start by filling you in on the story behind The Wolf of Wrigley and how it came about.

Having lived in Wrigleyville over the past decade, my experiences are loosely based on the movie The Wolf of Wall Street.  Having formerly worked in the financial industry, having an equal passion for baseball, having the best team in baseball as well as my love for going out, having fun, being social, loud and energetic-- it was these factors that gave birth to The Wolf of Wrigley parody.

The Wolf of Wrigley exists for one reason.  It's an opportunity for people to let loose and have fun in a safe and respectful manner in the greatest city in the world with the best baseball team in the world!!

The Wolf of Wrigley is more than just a saying.  It's a lifestyle.  It's an attitude.  It's an experience.  Being a "Wolf" means being a leader.  You're a type A personality.  An alpha male or alpha female.  You're loud, energetic, driven, motivated, passionate and fearless.  You're a go-getter, aggressive and you're a closer.  You have that cut throat mentality.  Basically it means you're the "top dog" and that you're the best at what you do!

This is very fitting especially given the fact that the Cubs are the best team in baseball right now.  They are the epitome of "The Wolfpack" in Major League Baseball.

Come be a part of this phenomenon and become a member of The Wolfpack so you can celebrate the Cubs in Wrigleyville with style!!

Yours Truly,

The Wolf of Wrigley