“Chicago Fire” | “PD” | “Med” ping pong battle

Stars of Dick Wolf’s
Chicago franchise
will play for the
100 Club of Chicago
at SPiN Chicago on
Sunday September 30

The stars of Chicago-based shows’ Chicago Fire, Chicago Med and Chicago P.D. will battle it out with a friendly table tennis competition to benefit the 100 Club of Chicago.

The participating teams will consist of 4-6 cast-members representing their respective shows that they star on.

The tournament will be co-emceed by NBC-5 Chicago’s Kye Martin (traffic anchor / reporter) and Chris Hush (reporter).

Since Chicago Fire (the first show of franchise) began filming in Chicago in 2012, the cast has been a constant supporter of the 100 Club of Chicago organization, which provides for the families of first responders who have lost their lives in the line of duty.

Team Fire: Jesse Spencer, Eamonn Walker, David Eigenberg, Joe Minoso
Team Med: Torrey DeVito, Colin Donnell, Norma Kuhling, Nick Gehfluss
Team P.D.: Marina Squerciati, Tracy Spiridakos, Eriq La Salle (director)

NBC-5 Chicago’s Kye Martin, Chris Hush

WHEN: Sunday, September 30th| 3 p.m. – 5 p.m. Doors: 3 p.m.

HOW: Tickets are $30 online at Chicago.wearespin.com and $35 at the door and includes a Pacifico beer, light bites, drink specials, and free ping pong during the event.
MISC: The season premiere of Chicago Med, P.D. and Fire air on NBC on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 on NBC.

SPiN is a network of ping pong social destinations that combines a unique mixture of sport, design and entertainment with the vision of energizing people through art, music, cuisine and events. Offering differing experiences from entertaining to instructional, each venue features ping pong courts, a full bar, restaurant, private rooms and event spaces that attract players, both casual and competitive. Customers are encouraged to reserve a ping pong table or take part in the nightly events, tournaments, corporate functions, private ping pong instruction and casual social play. Venues are currently located in New York, Austin, Chicago, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Seattle and Toronto.

Founded in 1966, the 100 Club of Chicago is an Illinois not-for-profit (501)(c)(3) charitable organization that provides for the families of first responders who have lost their lives in the line-of-duty. The Club helps families ease the financial burden associated with the tragic event, including immediate financial assistance and the ongoing cost of higher education. All sworn federal, state, county and local first responders stationed in Cook and Lake Counties are included. To donate, join as a member or learn more about the 100 Club of Chicago, please visit: www.100clubchicago.org.

Send your event updates to Reel Chicago Editor Dan Patton, dan@reelchicago.com.