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Unleashing the Beast - Cal Jam 2003
Julio Lagos


 





With Tournament Season underway, players from around the world continue to train and pump their muscles to incredible strength & size, --all in preparation for a war between them and the beast known as CAL JAM. Cal Jam’s conception was seven years ago, and since then, it continues to wreak havoc against the paintball community. Cal Jam was nick named after the State of where its conception took place, California and since then, has been haunting hundreds of players and has caused past players to develop the Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The competition is expected to be overwhelmed with tough & competitive athletes from all walks of life. Hotels around the region are experiencing a heavy volume of advance reservations for CAL JAM.

The CAL JAM 2003 Tournament is taking place at the world-renowned paintball fields of SC Village. The tournament is scheduled to run from November 14th– November 16th. “This year’s CAL JAM competition is going to be like two Spanish bulls fighting to the death! It’s going to be great!”-Giovanni D’Egidio.

2003 marks the 7th CAL JAM Tournament. It is a tournament that has gone from a small town underdog to a badass bulldog with teeth. “It’s unbelievable how this tournament has grown. The first year, we couldn’t find enough teams tocompete in, and this year, we’re going to be packed. If this continues, we’re going to have to find an even bigger venue for us to cage CAL JAM” – Giovanni D’Egidio.

CAL JAM 2003 will give out $100,000 in prizes! A HUGE Vendor show is under construction and Gladiator Village for paintball athletes to hang out at is being prepped. CAL JAM promoters have announced that they will throw the biggest party ever for all players! –And additionally, for all those who decide to go to CAL JAM as Walk On players, the biggest Walk On Game will take place. Everyone will have a chance to battle with a 1,000 of their closest friends during this colossal walk on game! Prizes will be given up to 8th place!

Prices are as follows:
Friday – 3 Man Rookie Team is $180.00.
Saturday – 5 Man Rookie Team is #350.00
Saturday – 5 Man Nov/Am/Pro is $400.00
SUNDAY – BIG 7 MAN Am/Pro/Rookies/Nov is $550.00
The prices aren’t too shabby considering that $100,000 in prizes will be awarded out to players up to 8th place! It’s all an investment. Teams trying to hit it Pro will be able to showcase their talents by creating a buzz that sponsors can hear! All of the major named sponsors will be on hand, and all will be scouting out for the next big thing. Getting your name out there and performing to the best of your abilities is what CAL JAM is all about. Last year, several teams acquired sponsorship from the biggest names in the paintball industry. It’s just a matter of putting in the work, -it’s possible! Will this year be you? You just never know, unless you take that leap of faith. For more information on how you can tackle CAL JAM, visit www.HollywoodSports.com or www.SCVillage.com or dial 562-867-9600 and ask for Gio. Call now while there’s still space available!

 


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