U.S. Air Force Signs on as a Sponsor for the NPPL
Posted 10/23/2008 (0) Comments
The National Professional Paintball League is pleased to announce that the U.S. Air Force has signed on as a Non-Paintball Sponsor for the NPPL San Diego event.
The NPPL is holding their season finale of the nation-wide 2008 Super 7 World Series of Paintball in San Diego, CA. Over 150 top paintball teams from around the world will be competing November 14 – November 16 for Professional Paintball’s Commander’s Cup on six fields set up outside of Qualcomm Stadium. There will be 8 different Divisions offered to teams including our NEW 5-man Division. They will be competing for over $80,000.00 in prize money and over 30,000 spectators are expected to attend over the three-day event and we are thrilled that the Air Force can be a part of the festivities.
The mission of the Air Force is to fly and fight in Air, Space and Cyberspace. To accomplish this mission, it takes a team of highly motivated and highly dedicated individuals all working toward the same goal. Both paintball and the Air Force require their participants and Airmen to be able to communicate with their teammates, employ strategy and tactics and be able to make decisions that will lead their team to success. The athletes that participate in the National Paintball finals have the same attributes as those the Air Force looks for to serve this great nation. This Air Force is excited about being a part of this action-packed event and wish all the teams the best of luck!
Come and check out the Air Force’s massive booth space and you might end up competing in their Target Skills Challenge and win some cool prizes at the San Diego event and Trade Show November 14-16, 2008. More information on the Air Force can be found at www.AirForce.com
For more information on the NPPL San Diego event, held outside of Qualcomm Stadium November 14 – 16 can be found in the Events section of www.NPPL.com
. Questions? Simply call the NPPL office at (888) 834-4774 and speak with a customer service representative today!