Cape Girardeau, Missouri

By Connect Sports Staff, March 21, 2016

Screen Shot 2016-03-09 at 4.34.26 PMEveryone wins when teams play in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. As the largest city between St. Louis and Memphis, Tennessee, Cape Girardeau is the region’s hub for entertainment, dining, shopping, health care and more. The city has activities available before, after and between events. The historic riverfront, downtown dining and shopping, Trail of Tears State Park and scenic Mississippi River views are a few of Cape Girardeau’s popular attractions.

When planning your next sports event, let the Cape Girardeau Convention and Visitors Bureau make your job easier by providing one-stop assistance with your event. A call to 800-777-0068 or an email to aphares@visitcape.com will put you in touch with Director of Sales Alyssa Phares, who can provide current information and help you and your organization succeed.

Whatever your need, the Cape Girardeau CVB hopes to hear from you soon.

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