(The Banks) -- Some fans of the Cincinnati Reds were insulted by a promotion sponsored by one of Great American Ball Park's newest neighbors. While the Chicago Cubs are in Cincinnati, the Moerlein Lager House planned to hold parties on the Schmidtlapp Event Lawn, calling the events "Wrigley South". The term refers to the large number of Cubs fans who come to GABP for games. Reds Chief Operating Officer Phil Castellini says no-one should be offended. He says the team and the organization isn't. He says the idea was to help create a party atmosphere at the Banks, like the one surrounding Wrigley Field in Chicago, before and after Cubs games. Despite some calls to boycott the Moerlein Lager House, owner Greg Hardman doesn't think the ad will hurt business. He says he's talked to fans of the brew-pub and fans of the Reds, and they've voiced their support. Just to be on the safe side though, they've renamed the party from to "Moer for the Cincinnati Reds."