Richmond Revolution Host Signing Party
RICHMOND, VA.: The Richmond Revolution and SportsQuest would like to invite all media representatives and fans of the team to a special signing party for the new season.
The party will be taking place on Thursday, October 15th at Big Al's Sports Bar located at 3641 Cox Rd in Richmond. The Revolution staff, coaches and players will be available for a meet and greet autograph session starting at 6:30 in the evening. The event is free to public, but food and drinks are not included
*PLAYER TRYOUT PRODUCES RESULTS*
The Revolution hosted a player tryout this past Sunday October 11th at the Sports Center of Richmond (SCOR). The tryout was conducted with the help of professional combine trainers from the Elkin Sports Performance. A total of 56 hopefuls ran through combine drills and football related activities while current members of the team and coaching staff lent them advice.
No announcements were made as to who will be invited to training camp in February, but selections are expected in the near future. Check the Richmond Revolution website at www.richmondrevolution.com periodically for updates and announcements of future player tryouts.
SportsQuest, and the Richmond Revolution, are a member of the Indoor Football League. SportsQuest is in the process of building a 250 acre multi-purpose, multi-sport campus in the Chesterfield area of Virginia. The campus is designed to host athletes of all skill levels, from recreational to Olympic training. Among their plans is the creation of an arena that will house hockey, basketball and indoor football. The arena will be up and running by 2011, but the expansion IFL franchise will begin play in 2010 at the Arthur Ashe Athletic Center.
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