Up for Bid: Indian Summer Lacrosse 7v7 Tournament

By Connect Sports Staff, May 17, 2017

Cherry Bomb Lacrosse is currently seeking proposals from Midwestern destinations to host its 2017 Indian Summer 7v7 Lacrosse Tournament. The two-day event (Saturday through Sunday) draws more than 3,000 athletes (youth and high school) and fans.

Here are the details:

Deadline to Bid: Ongoing

Time of year: Oct. 21-22

Venue requirements: Minimum 8 full-sized lacrosse/soccer fields measuring 100 yards by 50 yards. 

Estimated number of participants and fans: 1,110 athletes; 2,200 fans

Hotel requirements: Within 15 minutes of venue

Room Nights: 600

Rights Fee: N/A

For the complete RFP, click here.

For more information, email Edward Chima, Cherry Bomb Lacrosse director, at ed@cherrybomblacrosse.com.

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