CubsHQ.com announces major rebranding


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Photo credit: Jake Roth - USA Today Sports
Photo credit: Jake Roth - USA Today Sports

CHICAGO -- CubsHQ.com has unveiled a new comprehensive website, a new Facebook name 'Chicago Sports HQ', and a new logo as part of a strategy to become one of the leaders in Chicago Sports media.

"This rebranding and added coverage is so exciting for all the employees and our ownership that want to take our news coverage to the next level regarding Chicago Sports," said Tony Crumpton, owner of CubsHQ. "We are so proud to add the Chicago Bears, Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago Bulls, Chicago Fire, and more to our daily news coverage. It only made sense to increase our content as Chicagoans are so passionate about all of their professional teams."

The new logo for ChicagoSports HQ was a collaborative effort with TMR, the Modern Retro company based in Greenville, South Carolina.

About CubsHQ.com

CubsHQ is a popular independent Chicago website that covers professional sports. The site was established in 2016 during a significant time in the history of Chicago sports as the Chicago Cubs ended the 108-year title curse in their World Series victory.

The media site features 24/7 articles, commentaries, updates, rumors, videos, photos, forums, schedules, and more focusing on different Chicago professional sports.

For more information on our services, feel free to contact webmaster@chicagosportshq.com.

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