On Monday morning, three very special guests took a private tour of Wrigley Field and met the Cubs front office thanks to the All32in17 program. Led by Craig and Matt Steichen, a father-son team from the suburbs of Chicago, the All32in17 mission is to take wounded warriors to all 32 NFL stadiums during the 17-week NFL season. While in each city, the warriors receive the VIP treatment and get to visit iconic locations. On Monday, three wounded warriors and Chicago natives stopped by Wrigley Field prior to heading over to Soldier Field for the Monday Night Football game between the Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions. Dozens of members of the Cubs front office, including Todd Ricketts and GM Jed Hoyer, were on hand to welcome the warriors to Wrigley and thank them for their service to our country. The Wounded Warrior Project strives to raise awareness and enlist the public’s aid for the needs of injured service members, and to provide direct programs and services to meet the needs of injured service members.