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of students are returning to campus this weekend in Bowling Green, and an
additional 10,000 people will be in the city for a youth soccer tournament.
Businesses there are gearing up for what's expected to be a booming weekend.
BG Fall Soccer Challenge is getting ready to kick off, and it's estimated to
draw thousands of people from across the country.
are] 240 teams, which is about 3,000 players, and about 8-10,000 people for the
weekend," said Arnold Zirkes, tournament director.
and boys ages 8-19 will be hitting the BGSU fields for the next two days, and
with students moving in the same weekend, hotels are nearly sold out.
businesses welcome the extra traffic. At Myles Pizza, orders are already
starting to pile in. The manager says they'll easily make close to $10,000 this
weekend does get crazy," said Abraham Valle, manager. "The addition of the
soccer tournament is always good for us, and every year we anticipate it. But I'll
be honest with you, this year it's really, really picking up."
tournament is estimated to bring in a total of $750,000 to the city.
all the restaurants that are full, with all the gas that people need, the
traveling for those that are coming from out of town, hotel stays," Zirkes
it won't cost visitors a penny to cheer on their favorite team!