SportsEvents Magazine

MAY 2018

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May 2018 78 www.sportseventsmagazine.com Small Markets...Big On Sports! Sponsored Content he Foley Sports Tourism team is ready to help you plan your next big event. With 16 championship fields and a 90,000 sq. ft. Event Center, the possibilities are numerous with our space to accommodate all types of activities. The Foley Sports Tourism Complex is located minutes from the beautiful Alabama Gulf Coast. Our facilities can host main- stream sports like soccer and lacrosse, or new and up and coming events like mud runs or archery. Deputy Director of Sports Tourism, Don Dukemineer, said the FST team works hard to make life easy for planners looking to host events. "We seek to exceed expectations for planners when it comes to the customer service we provide," Dukemineer said. "Our goal is for everyone to plan a return visit as soon as the event is over." Top Five Facilities: 1. Foley Sports Tourism Complex Sports: Soccer, lacrosse, ultimate frisbee, quidditch, football, rugby, K-9 competitions The complex offers 15 challenge fields and one championship stadium, ready to take on any sport. All fields offer TV-ready Musco Sports Lighting and a Thor Guard Light- ning Prediction System. 2. Foley Sports Complex Sports: Baseball, softball, kickball, soccer, festivals The complex features 10 baseball/softball fields and is home to five additional soccer fields. The facility has multiple concessions areas, covered registration pavilions and private hospitality areas for tournament hosts and officials. 3. Foley Event Center Sports: Gymnastics, basketball, volleyball, fencing, cheer & dance, pickleball The 90,000 sq. ft. facility features sport flooring that can host 12 volleyball courts, 6 basketball courts or 12 pickleball courts. The space is not limited to just those sports. With one-touch automated curtains, plenty of flex rooms, and multiple concessions areas, event managers for all sports will have everything they need. 4. Graham Creek Nature Preserve Sports: Archery, cross country, mud runs, kayaking, disc golf, canoeing, biking The Graham Creek Nature Preserve is host to three full disc golf courses with concrete tee pads, a canoe/kayak launch, an archery park, and interpretive center. With close to 500 acres of diverse natural habitats, it can host a wide range of sports including cross country, mud runs, and 3D archery. 5. GlenLakes Golf Club Sports: Golf, FootGolf The Club features 27 holes of unforgetta- ble golf including a FootGolf course. Enjoy brand-name shopping at the Tanger Outlet Center or head to The Park at OWA for 21 new, exciting amusement park rides. Don't forget to refuel after a packed day at any one of the more than 85 restaurants that offer a range of cuisines including seafood, BBQ, and throwed-rolls. Get in touch with us today and learn how you can #PlayFoley. n T Foley Is Ready For You Foley Sports Tourism (251) 923-2119 ddukemineer@cityoffoley.org www.FoleySportsTourism.com Alabama State Compulsory Gymnastics Don Dukemineer, CSEE, CHSP, Deputy Director of Sports Tourism "We know that once an event comes to Foley, we will win them over with our special brand of Southern hospitality, and work together to create a one of a kind experience athletes and their families will remember for a lifetime." #PlayFoley

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