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Spyder Cup 2001 to Give Away 5 Mitsubishi Convertibles Memorial Day Weekend

Pittsburgh, Pa. -  Hundreds of teams will be shooting for the chance to drive away in 5 new Mitsubishi Spyder Eclipses at the Spyder Cup 2001.  The amateur tournament sponsored by Kingman International will be held Memorial Day weekend, May 26, 27 & 28th in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.   More than $150,000 in total prizes will be awarded to the top 5-player amateur teams. 

Teams throughout the United States and Canada are expected to converge on the 70 acre Three Rivers Paintball site in Cranberry, located 25 minutes north of Pittsburgh, to participate in this second annual event. 

The "Spyder Cup 2001" is limited to amateur teams using only markers from the Spyder series. Qualifications and modification guidelines will be announced in the upcoming months.  Tournament play is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday with semi-finals and finals held on Monday. 

Team Effort Events, producers of last years event will co-produce the Spyder Cup 2001 along with the eventís sponsor Kingman International. "Last year there was a lot of speculation about whether or not we would really give 5 cars away," quotes producer Debra Dion Krischke, " Well, we have last years winners, the Kapp Factory Team that will be happy to pose with their cars. Over 500 players that attended the premier event last year will be the best advertisement we can have for this year's event." 

Not only is the first place prize of 5 cars guaranteed, but last year teams placing all the way to eighth place took home over $25,000 in additional prizes from computers to watches. 

The Spyder Cup 2001 is the brainchild of Arthur Chang,  founder and CEO of Kingman International. Mr. Chang also donated $10,000 to Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh and arranged for the Pittsburgh Steelers to come out and play some exhibition paintball. Plans are still in the making for the "Most Anticipated Paintball Event of the Year!" 

For more information contact:  Team Effort Events: (724) 935-6100 or go to or 

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