The inaugural Craig School Thanksgiving Mug Root Beer Pong Tournament for students will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Nov.14, in the Free Speech Area at California State University, Fresno.
The object of root beer pong is to throw a ping pong ball into an opponent’s cup.
The Fresno State event is organized by Pi Sigma Epsilon, a professional sales and marketing business fraternity in the Craig School of Business, in cooperation with Flix55.com and Pepsi Bottling Group. The public is invited to view the competition at no charge.
Micheala Ford, special projects coordinator of the Craig School, said root beer pong is a very popular game among college students around the country.
“We are glad to see Craig School students bring fun activities to enhance student life and build camaraderie at our campus,” she said.
The first 100 teams of two that arrive at the event and present proof of registration from <http://csufresno.flix55.com/> will be entered into the tournament.
Gifts such as Mug Root Beer, ping pong balls and plastic flying disks will be given to spectators at the event, which will be filmed by fraternity members and posted at flix55.
The Free Speech Area is west of the University Student Union in the center of the academic campus.
For more information contact Josh Quiambao at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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