Eagles Offer Lincoln Financial Field for Free Wedding Ceremonies for Frontline Workers
Due to the Coronavirus, people have halted any engagement in social gatherings, whether it be a family birthday party or friendly barbecue. On a larger scale, Covid-19 has affected people’s wedding ceremonies and celebrations across the country. For those who have gone through with their ceremonies, most of the guests are limited and the ones who cannot attend only can observe via Zoom or FaceTime. For others who have not married yet, planning the ceremony or celebration can be worrisome, especially for those looking for a memorable venue.
As a whole, the Eagles have done so much to help during the Coronavirus pandemic. From individual players to special fundraisers, The Eagles recognize the severity of the virus and are deeply dedicated to doing the best they can to help the community that supports the team and franchise so passionately. Recently, the Eagles announced that they are offering the Linc for free ceremonies for frontline workers and couples who had wedding plans cancelled due to Covid-19!
Usually, site fees at the Line will cost you around $30,000, but for frontline workers like health care professionals, grocery store clerks, mail carriers, and other essential figures, this fee will be waived through March 31st, 2021 when you purchase a wedding package at the Linc. Weddings aren’t commonly held at the Linc due to limited availability as a result of entertainment events like Eagles games, concerts, etc. Different spots are available for celebrations, such as the Touchdown Club, Hyundai Club, and Tork Club, and the pricing for these clubs vary as well.
Though the disruption of wedding plans is disheartening, it is nice that the Eagles are once again coming through to help and put a smile on people’s faces!