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  • 7/31/2018 -
    Elk Grove Village Makes History With Sponsorship Of Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl

    The Bahamas Bowl in Nassau, Bahamas has a new title sponsor that's making history. Elk Grove Village, home to the largest contiguous industrial park in the United States, is using its business slogan, "Makers Wanted," to become the first non-tourist municipality to sponsor a bowl game.

    - Forbes

  • 8/1/2018 -
    Elk Grove Village to sponsor bowl game in Bahamas

    - ABC 7

  • 8/1/2018 -
    Chicago suburb Elk Grove Village to be title sponsor of Bahamas Bowl

    Elk Grove Village and ESPN announced the bowl sponsorship for the Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl. They say the Dec. 21 game in Nassau will mark the first time a non-tourist municipality has sponsored a bowl game.

    - ESPN

  • 8/4/2018 -
    Elk Grove mayor on Bahamas Bowl deal: 'We're ready to tell our story nationally'

    Elk Grove Village is spending $300,000 to sponsor a Dec. 21 college football bowl game in the Bahamas in the hopes of boosting name recognition and attracting businesses to town.

    - Daily Herald

  • 8/23/2018 -
    Elk Grove Bowl owner likes Elk Grove's (college) bowl sponsorship

    Though it won't be called the "Elk Grove Bowl," Elk Grove Village's $300,000 sponsorship of the Dec. 21 college football Bahamas Bowl has the endorsement of one noted local business owner.

    - Daily Herald

  • 06/21/2018 -
    Elk Grove Village launches major coordinated campaign against opioids

    In the broadest initiative against opioid issues by a single municipality across the region, the overdose reversal drug Narcan is set to become as widely available in Elk Grove Village as automatic external defibrillators that help with cardiac arrest.

    -Daily Herald

  • 07/12/2018 -
    County Awards 6B Status to 3 Elk Grove Companies

    The three businesses awarded the incentives by county commissioners were Celso Escorza, doing business as Escorza Tile at 1901 Greenleaf Ave.; Kristina Iyer at 220 Bond St. and Wolf Family Enterprises, LLC, doing business as Chicago Wheel Service, 1001 Morse Ave.

    -Journal and Topics