ARCA Driver On Hand To Sign Autographs For Young Fans
The incredibly detailed helmet captured the true essence of the Chicago Cubs and was arguably the most desired piece of Cubs memorabilia on display.  The prized helmet was designed by Mark Kerptula of specifically for the weekend’s event. 

Venturini Motorsports would like to recognize Grizelda Salazar and the entire Chicago Cubs organization for all the support throughout the weekend’s festivities.

All proceeds from the weekend’s event benefit Cubs Care, the charitable arm of the Chicago Cubs. 

Cubs Care focuses it's giving in the city of Chicago and makes monetary grants to organizations that aid children who have special needs, victims of domestic violence and youth sports programs. Most of these grants are to specific programs. Cubs Care also focuses on a wide variety of charitable and social service agencies located in the immediate neighborhood of Wrigley Field.

Over 15,000 fans braved the weekend blizzard in Chicago to attend the three-day weekend event.  Fans of all ages enjoyed autograph sessions with their favorite Cub players, participated in baseball clinics, seminars, press conferences, and choose from the finest baseball memorabilia, retail products and apparel.

Venturini was on hand to sign autographs while promoting his Special Edition Chicago Cubs die cast.  In addition Venturini Motorsport’s held the “Extreme Cubs Fan Give-A-Way” promotion.  This show stopping promotion featured a one-of-a-kind Chicago Cubs themed racing helmet. 
ARCA RE/MAX Series driver Billy Venturini was in Chicago this weekend for the 20th Annual Chicago Cubs Convention.   The event which took place January 21st – January 23rd at the Hilton Chicago marked the 17th consecutive Cubs Convention sellout.
Billy Venturini signs autographs for some young Cub fans.  (Venturini Photo)