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Win A Trip To Challenge Park Xtreme In Joliet, Illinois and To The Tropical Island of Aruba By Taking The “Road 2 Aruba”
Brass Eagle is hosting their 2nd Annual “Road 2 Aruba” International Paintball Series. "Road 2 Aruba" consists of 3-man amateur teams competing for a trip to Challenge Park Xtreme in Joliet Illinois and the grand prize trip the tropical Island of Aruba.
The “Road 2 Aruba” format consists of 3-Player Center Flag using Universal Rules and is limited to Amateur, Novice, and Rookie Teams only.
The tournament starts out by teams competing in "Feeder Tournaments" at their local playing fields. First place teams from every feeder tournament will receive free entry to the “Regional Tournament” courtesy of Brass Eagle. Second and third place teams from each feeder will qualify for the “Regional Tournament”, but are responsible for their own entry fee. Look on Brass Eagles website at www.brasseagle.com for Feeder and Regional Tournament locations and dates or contact you local playing field.
There are eight regions with in the United States and six international regions. The winning 3-man team from each of the “Regional Tournaments” will receive a trip to the Brass Eagle's new Challenge Park Xtreme in Joliet, Illinois to compete in the finals. Finals are to be held on September 8th and 9th.
The team that claims victory at the Finals at Challenge Park Xtreme will be sent to the Island of Aruba for a once in a lifetime experience.
Brass Eagle will also be sending eight field owners/operators to Aruba. After hosting two feeder events, each subsequent feeder event will produce an entry into the drawing. EXAMPLE: Three feeder events = name entered once; five feeder events = name entered three times. Brass Eagle will draw eight names to find out which field owners/operators will join the winning team to paradise.
Teams interested in playing in a Feeder Tournament should contact their
local playing field or Brass Eagle for assistance. Fields interested
in hosting a Feeder Tournament should contact Brass Eagle immediately.
For complete tournament information and details look on Brass Eagle’s
website at www.brasseagle.com or please contact Jason Alexander at firstname.lastname@example.org
or at (501) 464-6637.
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