Best In House Pac-10 Women's Tournament Tickets Available Now
Nov. 19, 2002
San Jose, CA - The 2003 State Farm Pac-10 Women's Basketball Tournament, which will earn the champion an automatic invitation to the NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Championship, will make its first appearance in San Jose this March 7-10 at HP Pavilion. The four-day event will showcase all Pac-10 teams as they battle for the conference tournament title.
Even with over 50 percent of the Tournament's ticket sales goal met, fans can still gain access to 'Best in House' seats if orders are placed by December 1, 2002. 'As part of creating a connection with local fans, the Tournament has set aside prime 'Best in House' seats for local fans who place their ticket orders by December 1, 2002. After that date, seats will be assigned for advance sales, including allotments for all Pac-10 schools', said Amy Love, President of ADL Inc. the marketing and promotions firm hired by the Pac-10 for the event.
'This truly is a unique event,' said Christine Hoyles, Assistant Commissioner, Championships and Administration, Pac-10 Conference. 'Our 'Best in House' promotion allows our fans to experience the action right up front, with prime seats in the lower bowl. This opportunity is unparalleled within sport.'
Fans may go to www.real-sports.com or www.pac-10.org to purchase their All-Session tickets, which provide access to nine games, in five sessions over four days for $80. Orders placed by December 1, 2002 will be guaranteed participation in the 'Best in House' promotion. After December 1, fans may still purchase tickets; however, prime seats cannot be guaranteed.
To learn about special packages such as 'Pic O' Pac', which includes 1 all session ticket, daily hospitality, 1 ticket to the Pac-10 Banquet and a chalk talk, visit www.real-sports.com/pac10 or www.pac-10.org.
The 2003 State Farm Pac-10 Women's Basketball Tournament builds on San Jose's great tradition of attracting outstanding women's sports events to include the Women's World Cup and the NCAA Women's Final Four among others in recent years. San Jose-based ADL Inc., publisher of Real Sports Magazine, is handling the marketing strategies and promotional programs for the event. Entering the 2002-2003 season, the Pac-10 Conference continues to uphold its tradition as the 'Conference of Champions.' Pac-10 members have claimed an incredible 65 NCAA team titles over the past eight seasons, for an average of more than eight championships per academic year.