FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Oct. 19, 2016
Contact: Meredith Painter, firstname.lastname@example.org, (216) 479-6399
CLEVELAND BOXING INVITATIONAL PRESENTED BY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK HOSTED INSIDE CLEVELAND LANDMARK
Collegiate and amateur boxers comprise 8-bout card to benefit Greater Cleveland Sports Commission
CLEVELAND – The third annual Cleveland Boxing Invitational presented by First National Bank urges sports fans to get up and out of their seats to cheer on both collegiate and amateur boxers. This fundraiser, benefitting the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission, will be hosted on Friday, Nov. 4 at 6 p.m. in the iconic Tower City Center located at 230 W. Huron Street in Downtown Cleveland.
Click here for footage from last year’s event.
The 8-bout card will feature seven collegiate matchups and one amateur bout in a specially constructed ring near the fountain in Tower City Center Skylight Concourse. In addition to an evening spent ringside, event attendees will receive an exclusive dining experience provided by local celebrity and restauranteur Zack Bruell and his team from Zack Bruell Events. Also in attendance, local brewery Platform Beer Co. will have craft beers available at bars throughout the venue.
Floor seats for this unique event are available for $75 and include dinner and all-you-can-drink beer and wine; cocktails are an additional charge. Additionally, standing room balcony tickets are available for $20 (cash bar). Tickets can be purchased online or at the door starting at 6 p.m.
Ultimate Cleveland Raffle Package tickets are also available for purchase at the event or online for $20 each or three tickets for $50. Ultimate prizes include Cleveland sports tickets, restaurant packages and a golf package.
For more information on the third annual Cleveland Boxing Invitational presented by First National Bank please visit: clevelandboxinginvitational.org.
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About the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission: Since 2000, the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission (GCSC) is responsible for attracting nearly 170 sporting events which have contributed over $450 million in economic activity to Northeast Ohio. The GCSC supports the local economy, utilizes sports as a vehicle to forward community agendas and maintains a goal of producing events that are more successful when held in Cleveland than in other cities. For more information, visit clevelandsports.org.