(WINDSOR, ON) The North American Sport & Hobby Expo, coming to Windsor’s WFCU Centre May 30 – June 1, 2014 is quickly becoming the talk of the town. The Expo is proud to announce the latest addition to the event schedule, the Hearthwood Series Cup, the largest ball hockey tournament ever to be held in the region! Organizers expect to attract teams from all over Southern Ontario and Michigan.
The Hearthwood Series Cup will take place Saturday, May 31 and Sunday, June 1 outdoors at the WFCU Centre on four street rinks with up to 100 teams competing. The tournament has three divisions – Adult (Ages 17+), Youth (Ages 13-16), Youth (Ages 9-12).
All divisions are co-ed. Teams interested in participating in the Hearthwood Series Cup can now register online. To register your team now or for most details visit online. Registration includes admission to the Sport & Hobby Expo AND a commemorative Hearthwood Series Cup T-Shirt.
"The Sport & Hobby Expo is the perfect opportunity to launch the Hearthwood Series Cup!” said Operations Manager, Michael Sourenian. “We are excited to have the ability to accommodate such a large number of competing teams of families, friends, and businesses."
The Ball Hockey Tournament joins the Expo’s already impressive list of highlights including the Hockey Hall of Fame Legends Exhibit and Fanfest, Autograph Sessions, Hands-on Woodworking, NASCAR Tire Change Competitions, Yamaha Powersports Sale, Maximum Fighting Championship, and much more. With over 100,000 square feet of exciting sport and hobby exhibits, the Sport and Hobby Expo is one of the largest exhibitions ever held in Windsor.
Tickets for the North American Sport & Hobby Expo are now available at the WFCU Centre Box Office.
A limited number of advanced pre-sale tickets are available for only $13/adult and $11/child under 16 for single-day admission. Weekend passes are now available for only $20/person for all three days. Family passes for 2 adults and up to 3 children are available for only $40. Admission at the door is $15/adult and $12/child under 16, per day. Get your advanced tickets now and save!
“Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters as well as many minor sports organizations. We have a total fundraising goal of $50,000 to help support mentoring and coaching programs” said Event Producer Andrew Adam. “We are proud to offer such a great value to visitors, while also contributing to the community.”