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PO Box 40985
Nashville, TN 37204
615-383-6533ph  615-383-6067fax
www.wpfonline.com

WPF ATLANTA REGIONAL TOURNAMENT TO BE REFFED BY THE BEST

Team Extreme and Team 2 Extreme, with members of Image, will be the host referees for the  first tournament of the WPF/ ZAP Tour in  Atlanta, GA.

Nashville, Tennessee: January 20, 2000: The World Paintball Federation announced today the referee staff for the opening tournament of  the WPF / ZAP Tour to be held at  Paintball Atlanta in Roswell, Georgia on April 1 2, 2000. Team Extreme and Team 2 Extreme, as well as members of Image, will be working with WPF Director of Referees Bill Cookston to provide participants with the best officiating for this very important first leg of  the Race for the World Ace circuit.

Team Extreme, Team 2 Extreme, and Image are some of the finest, and most experienced   tournament teams in paintball today. Bill Cookston has been involved in the sport for 10 years and has over seven years experience as a tournament referee....with five as an ultimate and director of referees. Together with Joe and Melody Fortin and the staff of Paintball Atlanta, these teams have stepped forward to provide the invaluable reffing expertise and first hand knowledge of the fields which is so important to the success of a tournament. Working closely with the field operators at each stop of the WPF / ZAP Tour of regional tournaments, The WPF selects only the most experienced and knowledgeable officials to referee its tournaments. Every WPF tournament official is required to attend classes which emphasize fair but aggressive judging while overseeing the safety of both players and spectators.

The Air Concept Industries Atlanta Five Man Challenge is the first stop in the WPF / ZAP Tour 2000 - a series of  six WPF regional tournaments. Winners from each of the tour tournaments receive entry and paint sponsorships towards the WPF / ZAP International Masters in New Orleans, Louisiana  October 6-8, 2000. The team that finishes first at a WPF /ZAP Tour tournament wins travel, hotel, entry, and paint allowances worth over $2500.00.

The  ACI Atlanta Five Man Challenge is part of the WPF World Ace Circuit, an affiliation of tournaments that awards the World Ace title, annually, to the team that earns the most circuit points throughout the year. Major sponsors ZAP Paintballs, National Paintball Supply  NJ, Scott USA, National Paintball Supply  SC,  Tippmann Pneumatics, Indian Creek Designs, and Air Concept Industries support the circuit with one year sponsorships for the title holder.

Interested parties may find out more about the WPF and the WPF World Ace circuit online at http://www.wpfonline.com. Inquires should be directed to the WPF, PO Box 40985, Nashville, TN 37204, phone 615-383-6533, fax 615-383-6067. Contact Chip Herbert (chip@wpfonline.com) for team information, Sam Caldwell (sam@wpfonline.com) for promotions and press, Jim Lively (jim@wpfonline.com) for sponsor and trade show information.


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