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TOWN TOYOTA CENTER WELCOMES NEW TENANT WENATCHEE VALLEY SKYHAWKS

-First Home Game is Thursday, March 28-

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Wenatchee, WA- The Town Toyota Center signed a three year contract to house Indoor Football named the Wenatchee Valley Skyhawks. The Skyhawks will play in the American West Football Conference. Currently, there are five teams in the league. The Wenatchee Valley Skyhawks will play around the Westcoast including Tri Cities, Boise, Sacramento, and Reno.

The Wenatchee Valley Skyhawks will play at least six home games in the Town Toyota Center arena this season. “The Town Toyota Center prides itself in bringing a different array of entertainment options to the Valley to bring a smile to all faces,” said Mark Miller, General Manager of the Town Toyota Center. The Indoor Football games will give another opportunity for constituents to be entertained and add to the overall economic impact of the Greater Wenatchee Valley. The Skyhawks will “bring good quality football,” said Theo Hall of Hook Sports Media and owner of the Wenatchee Valley Skyhawks. “We are so excited to play in Wenatchee and the Town Toyota Center. We are actively signing players and hope to sign a few local players so fans can really cheer on your Skyhawks football team,” added Hall.

Arena Football is played indoors on a smaller field than outdoor football, resulting in a faster and higher-scoring game. Football fans and sporting enthusiasts will enjoy the clean and luxurious amenities of the arena coupled with expeditious ticketing and food service in the fun and safe environment that is the regional Town Toyota Center.

FOR SKYHAWKS INFORMATION AND TICKETING, PLEASE CONTACT:

THE WENATCHEE VALLEY SKYHAWKS
Online: www.wvskyhawks.com
Facebook: Like Skyhawks on Facebook @wvskyhawks

Wenatchee Valley Skyhawks tickets will be available at the Town Toyota Center box office in the upcoming weeks.

About the Town Toyota Center

Since inception in October 2008, the Town Toyota Center has drawn nearly 4 million guests to the Wenatchee area, generated nearly 70 million dollars in economic impact, hosted hundreds of Wenatchee Wild games, hundreds of concerts and shows, regional trade shows, basketball tournaments, and regional figure skating competitions. The Town Toyota Center is a multi-purpose arena containing 4,200 seats and a secondary permanent ice rink.

TOWN TOYOTA CENTER

World-class entertainment and high-impact sporting events

LOVERBOY CANCELS SCHEDULED SHOW

Wenatchee, WA. - The Loverboy/Survivor and Rail concert scheduled for tonight Saturday, September 23 is canceled. The lead singer from Loverboy, Mike Reno, was unable to complete the scheduled Friday, September 22 show at the Xfinity Arena in Everett, WA due to flu-like symptoms.  As a result, Loverboy is canceling tonight’s performance at the Town Toyota Center in Wenatchee, WA.  In addition to Loverboy, the concert planned to feature Survivor and Rail bands.

All tickets purchased with a credit card will be automatically refunded and see transactions within 5-10 business days.

For all cash purchases or additional inquiries, please visit the Town Toyota Center box office at 1300 Walla Walla Street, Wenatchee.

Town Toyota Center's Arena Youth Enrichment Fund Offers Funding For Summer Activities

The Town Toyota Center’s arena youth enrichment fund (AYEF) held at the North Central Washington Community Foundation offers non-profit youth organizations the opportunity to ice skate or roller skate this summer.
 
Sports clubs, daycares or other non-profit organizations that have summer youth program located in the Greater Wenatchee Area Public Facilities District are eligible to apply for funding. The grant fund will pay for skater’s admission fee, ice time, and skate rentals.
 
AYEF was established in 2013 in conjunction with Numerica Credit Union’s Winter Ice Gala held annually at the Town Toyota Center. Since inception, the fund has generated over $64,000. In 2015 alone, over 2,700 hundred youth participated in activities at the Town Toyota Center who may not have had the opportunity.
 
The grants are approved by a community advisory selection committee:

Janet McNeilly, Numerica Credit Union

Tony Freytag, CrunchPak

Christine Barros, Town Auto Group

Randy Agnew, City of Rock Island, Mayor

Julie Norton, Ogden, Murphy & Wallace

Staff: Jennifer Bushong, Vice-President, Marketing Partnerships/Public Relations
 
Pledges are always being accepted to support youth to ice skate or attend a show who might not otherwise afford to participate in activities. Donations can be made at www.cfncw.org or www.towntoyotacenter.com