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SEP 2018

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www.sportseventsmagazine.com September 2018 49 Contact: Fargo-Moorhead CVB, www.fargomoorhead.org Grand Forks Grand Forks is situated in eastern North Dakota and is one of the largest cities in the state. The city boasts top-notch venues such as Ralph Engelstad Arena and Alerus Center. Scheels Sports Complex features four baseball/softball diamonds. Hotel rooms: 2,604 Hotel tax rate: 10 percent Major facilities: Ralph Engelstad Arena is a 400,000-square-foot arena that hosts hockey, basketball and other sports. Alerus Center is a 100,000-square-foot venue that hosts football, basketball, soccer, gymnastics, wrestling, dance and cheer- leading. Betty Engelstad Sioux Center houses four regulation-size basketball courts and five regulation-size practice volleyball courts that can easily convert to a main game court. ICON Sports Center has two hockey rinks. Contact: Greater Grand Forks CVB, www.visitgrandforks.com Minot Minot, in the heart of the state, is home to the only facility in the region that has three sheets of ice under one roof. The city also offers three softball/baseball complexes with new turf at Corbett Field and South Hill Complex. Hotel rooms: 2,600 Hotel tax rate: 10.5 percent Major facilities: Minot Municipal Auditorium hosts basketball and volleyball. MAYSA (Minot Area Youth Skating Asso- ciation) Arena & Pepsi Rink accommodates hockey on three sheets of ice. Corbet Field is a 950-seat ballpark. Optimist Soccer Complex features three fields. Jack Hoeven Park has four baseball fields. Sertoma Sports Complex includes eight fields for baseball and softball. South Hill Complex features eight baseball/softball fields. Contact: Minot CVB, www.visitminot.org Williston In the northwest corner of North Dakota is Williston. The city is big enough to offer a variety of hotels, dining and facility options but still small enough that it boasts a small-town appeal. Hotel rooms: 1,970 Hotel tax rate: 10 percent Major facilities: Ardean Aafedt Sta- dium Baseball Complex is a top baseball facility. The Williston Area Recreation Center has a 50-meter long-course pool, four indoor tennis courts, an indoor Mondo turf field, a 200-meter competition track and four basketball courts. Williston Parks District offers baseball fields, soc- cer/football fields, basketball courts, tennis courts and a hockey rink. Williston State College has two basketball courts. Painted Woods Sporting Complex is a sporting clay course. Agri-Sports Complex is an indoor hockey rink. Contact: Williston CVB, www.visitwilliston.com n N O R T H D A K O T A t BMCVB.com Metropolitan amenities and a hometown atmosphere. • Community Bowl for football, soccer, and track and field events • Venues for baseball, softball, basketball, soccer, tennis, aquatics and more • Multi-use sports and event center with 200,000 total square feet • More than 3,500 sleeping rooms LEAVE BOUNDARIES BEHIND AND CONTACT US TODAY.

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