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Heritage Days Cornhole Challenge, June 21

Posted: Thursday, May 15, 2014

A Heritage Days Cornhole Challenge will take place on the afternoon of Saturday, June 21 in downtown Huntington. The tournament will begin at 1 p.m. and continue through the completion of the event.

The Heritage Days Cornhole Challenge is hosted by Trophy Center Plus and Huntington County Habitat for Humanity. Teams are invited to participate with a $20 entry fee. Each competitor will receive a t-shirt and the winning team receives championship trophies and $50. The runner up team will receive $40.

All games will be played to 21 with the first team scoring 21 or more winning the game. The format for advancement includes single game vs. best two of three and is dependent on the number of teams that enter the tournament. It is a double elimination tournament.

Sign up is limited to the first 40 teams to complete an entry form accompanied by the entry fee by Thursday, June 12. Registration will be taken the day of the event if the field is not full.

Sponsorship opportunities are also available including a Board Sponsorship for $50 with the sponsor’s name on the tournament t-shirt and signage. A Block Sponsorship is $100 with the sponsor’s name and logo on the t-shirt and signage provided. A Name Sponsorship is available for $15 with the sponsor’s name on the tournament t-shirt.

Entry Forms are available at Trophy Center Plus, 445 N. Jefferson Street, on the Chamber of Commerce website at www.huntingtoncountychamber.com or at the Chamber office, 305 Warren Street. For more information contact Joe Santa, Trophy Center Plus, (260) 504-2717, joe@trophycenterplus.com, or Sam Schaadt, Huntington County Habitat for Humanity, (260) 356-7425, sschaadt@hchabitat.org.