'Best In House' Tickets for 2003 State Farm Pac-10 Women's Basketball Tournament On Sale Now
Oct. 8, 2002
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The Pac-10 Conference and ADL Inc., the marketing firm for the Tournament, announced today that tickets for the 2003 State Farm Pac-10 Women's Basketball Tournament are now available. This high-profile sports event, with the Tournament Champion earning an automatic bid the NCAA Division I Women'sBasketball Championship, will be making its first appearance in San Jose. The Tournament runs March 7-10, 2003 at the HP Pavilion at San Jose, formerly known as the Compaq Center.
Admission to the Tournament is currently only available to individuals who purchase an All-Session ticket. By ordering before December 1, 2002 individuals will be able to participate in the 'Best in House' promotion and are guaranteed a prime seat for all five sessions.
To order tickets, and to learn about special packages such as 'Pic O' Pac' (includes 1 All-Session ticket, daily hospitality, 1 ticket to the Pac-10 Banquet and a chalk talk) visithttps://www.real-sports.com/pac10 or http://www.pac-10.org.
The four-day event will feature all ten teams fighting for the Conference Tournament title and the automatic bid to the 2003 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Championship. The event builds on San Jose's great tradition of attracting outstanding women's sports events, including the Women's World Cup and the NCAA Women's Final Four, among others in recent years.
'We're thrilled to bring this exciting event to San Jose,' said Christine Hoyles, Assistant Commissioner, Championships and Administration, Pac-10 Conference. 'The city has really showed its strong support of women's sports, and we look forward to continuingthis tradition.'
San Jose-based ADL Inc., publisher of REAL SPORTS Magazine, is handling the marketing strategies and promotional programs for the event. Entering the 2002-03 season, the Pacific-10 Conference continues to uphold its tradition as the 'Conference of Champions.' Pac-10 members have claimed an incredible 65 NCAA team titles over thepast eight seasons, for an average of more than eight championships per academic year.