Jay-Z Inks Deal To Bring 40/40 Clubs To Airports Around The Country

Jay-ZJay-Z’s business resume just keeps growing. His popular 40/40 Club franchise is expanding, and will reportedly hit airports around the country very soon.

The hip-hop mogul recently struck a deal with North Companies, one of the world’s leading and hospitality service providers, which will place his sports-themed bars inside select airports throughout the U.S.

“The 40/40 Club is all about creating first-class experiences for guests who want to relax and watch their favorite games,” said Desiree Perez, one of the rapper’s 40/40 Club partners. “We want to see our club grow, and to bring those experiences to travelers. A partnership with Delaware North will do just that.”

The new deal could see the 40/40 chain open in up to 20 major U.S. airports, where travelers can relax, watch the game, and enjoy a beer during long layovers.

“We are thrilled to partner with the 40/40 Club, to bring a stylish sports bar and lounge to airports across the country,” said Robert Stanton, vice president of business development at Delaware North.

“From the personalized, one-of-a-kind jerseys on the wall, to every sports game you can think of on the television screens, the club will bring a new experience that we are sure travelers will welcome,” he added.

At press time, it was unclear when the addition of the new 40/40 Clubs would take place and/or which airports they were open in.

  1. Damn this nigga is smart as fuck, just call him Paper King cause the nigga can’t stop making paper. Yeah if your shit is in the airports you gonna make plenty paper. We all know how expensive airport shit is.

    I realize now Dash wasn’t doing shit but running his fucking month and dancing in videos. How come we can’t hear anything about his business ventures.

  2. Amazing what selling one’s soul can do for one! All that wealth for a miserable price. Good luck to him though!

  3. @Devante Nice one! I’ll bet The Denver international airport will be one fo sho!

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