Bracketology (n. – brak-it-ol-uh-jee) the process of predicting the field for the NCAA Basketball Championship
Bracketology takes on new meaning this year for those of us in Central Florida, as NCAA® March Madness® is coming to Orlando! Both ESPN and CBS Sports’ brackets have the Florida Gators coming to Orlando as a #1 seed. Other teams that have shown up on mock brackets playing at the Amway Center include Kentucky, Michigan State, Ohio State, Louisville, Virginia and Gonzaga.
Don’t miss out on the THE sporting event of the year! Be a part of the PASSION of March Madness by attending the second and third round action of the 2014 NCAA® Division I Men’s Basketball Championship March 20th and 22nd at the Amway Center.
The lower bowl is sold out, but a limited number of seats in the upper bowl still remain. Single session tickets start at just $66 and are available for a limited time. Providing entry to 2 games, single session tickets are just over $30 per game. All session tickets start at $198 and provide admission to all 6 games. Help us sell out the Amway Center for March Madness, as the success of this event will set the tone for the possibility of hosting future NCAA Championships in our destination.
These tickets will not last, purchase yours today! Click HERE to make a date with champions!
March Madness® is the best place to entertain clients and reward employees. Limited availability remains for premium hospitality options in private and group suites. Group suite tickets start at $600 per ticket and include admission to all games, food, beverages (beer & wine), and parking. Click HERE for more information.
The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship will attract thousands of fans from across the United States to our community, generating millions in economic impact for the region. The event is expected to generate more than 14,000 room nights and nearly $10 million of economic impact for the region. In addition, the international and national exposure generated from the media and live telecast will be immeasurable for Orlando and Orange County.
For general tournament information visit www.CentralFloridaSports.org/ncaa. The championship games are hosted locally by Stetson University, Central Florida Sports Commission, and Orlando Venues, in partnership with the City of Orlando and Orange County.
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