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Chicago Bears 2015: Plan Your Gameday Experience Today

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Football Season is Here: How Will You Experience Chicago Football?

Fall is synonymous with a Halloween, sweaters, changing leaves and, of course, football. From high school and college games on up to the National Football League, there’s always a game to enjoy and incredible athletic moments to witness.

The start of the 2015 NFL season means the Chicago Bears are back in action, across the country and right here at home at Soldier Field.

If you love the Bears, and are looking to plan your gameday experience at Soldier Field, keep reading.

Pick Your Game

Whether you have dreams of tailgating or heading to Soldier Field right before kick off, there are tons of great games left on the calendar for the Bears in the 2015 season.

Consider these heated matchups coming up in November and December:

+ Versus Minnesota Vikings on November 1 at 12:00 PM

+ Versus Denver Broncos on November 22 at 12:00 PM

+ Versus San Francisco 49ers on December 6 at 12:00 PM

+ Versus Detroit Lions on January 3 at 12:00 PM

Get Ready to Tailgate

If you love tailgating, it’s best to be prepared beforehand by knowing the rules and regulations and how to make the most of Soldier Field’s tailgating space.

Pre- and post-game tailgating are allowed, but pre-game tailgating is more flexible. The tailgating lots at Museum Campus open 4 hours before kickoff, which means a crisp 8 AM arrival time if you want maximum tailgating for one of the 12:00 PM home games left on the agenda this year.

The lots will also be open for two hours after 12:00 PM home games end. You must have a ticket to the game to get access to any of the tailgating lots. It’s also important to remember that alcohol is permitted only inside the designated lots. Bags are also prohibited from being carried inside Soldier Field, so plan accordingly.

For insight into other rules and regulations for Soldier Field, check out this list of prohibited items.

Plan for Transportation

Aside from choosing your game and deciding whether or not to tailgate, you’ll also need to plan for your transportation.

OML Worldwide has over 50 years of professional transportation experience, and we know what it takes to create a great gameday experience for our clients.

When you’re headed to Soldier Field on game day, you’re probably ready for a crowded parking lot, long walks to the stadium doors, and a long wait to get out of the parking lot after the game is over.

Because the majority of the home games left on the schedule this year will take place in November, December and January, long walks in the biting Chicago cold simply aren’t as doable.

Booking car service is the answer to any issues you may have with game day transportation.

You can enjoy a trip to the stadium without the responsibility of driving, finding parking or waiting to get out of the stadium when the game is over. Your chauffeur will drop you off at the doors, removing the need for a long, frosty walk from your car, and will pick you up at the spot of your choosing when it’s time to go home.

OML Worldwide’s chauffeurs have the local expertise, customer service experience and professionalism to create an incredible experience for you and your group of Chicago Bears fans.

Check out our extensive fleet, featuring everything from 3-passenger sedans to 21-passenger mini coaches.

Start planning your Chicago Bears experience and contact OML Worldwide to get the transportation you deserve.

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