ASA 2008 Action Sports World Tour Event Schedule
ASA Entertainment Announces its 2008 Action Sports World Tour Event Schedule
The Country?s Longest-running Action Sports Tour Returns for its 12th Year
LOS ANGELES (May 15, 2008) -- ASA Entertainment (ASA), the country?s largest action sports event, television and content production company, is excited to announce its 2008 Action Sports World Tour events. From July to November action sports fans throughout the U.S. can experience the world?s top professional skateboarders, freestyle BMXers, inline skaters, snowboarders and freestyle motocross superstars during a series of five major competitions in a quest for the ultimate title, the LG Action Sports World Championships.
Huntington Beach, Calif. is the first stop on the Tour where more than 100,000 people are expected to watch the top female pro skateboarders, surfers, inline skaters and snowboarders compete at the S3 Supergirl Jam from July 25?27. Part of this one-of-a-kind mega-competition includes the construction of a 28? high snowboarding mountain with 30,000 pounds of snow pumped onto the beach at the world-famous Huntington Beach Pier.
Costa Mesa, Calif. hosts the first stop for the men from July 29-31, at the Orange County Fairgrounds. During three action-packed days, Southern California fans can enjoy a completely unique pro BMX competition that combines the best in BMX Box Jumping and Dirt Jumping with the Mini-Mega Ramp in an event called Big-Air BMX Triples. 16 of the world?s top BMX pros will participate in a head-to-head battle in what has become a favorite event for both fans and athletes after its inaugural contest last September.
The LG World Championships of Freestyle Motocross then thrills fans for one day in Los Angeles at Fairplex Park in Pomona on Saturday, September 27. Four-time LG World Champion Nate Adams (Phoenix, AZ) is eager to reclaim the winner?s podium in 2008, but he?ll have to ride through Jeremy ?Twitch? Stenberg (Santee, CA) who?s determined to defend his 2007 title with his series of distinctive motorcycle back-flip variations.
One week later, the Action Sports World Tour resumes on October 3 and 4 in Cincinnati, Ohio at the new Bank of Kentucky Center on the campus of Northern Kentucky University. This will be the first sporting event ever inside the new arena and the last event for the pros to qualify into the LG Action Sports World Championships.
From November 7-9, 125 of the world?s most elite competitors in BMX, Skateboarding and Inline Skating will face off at the historic Reunion Arena in Dallas, Tex. for the 2008 LG Action Sports World Championships. This three-day battle for the season-ending World Championships will be filled with explosive, competitive action and A-list musical entertainment.
?We are really excited about our domestic event schedule this year? says ASA Entertainment?s CEO Rick Bratman, ?We wanted to mix up the events and the disciplines to provide action sports fans with a well-rounded and unique mixture of what the action sports industry has to offer. This is not the ?same-old? tour concept with cookie-cutter events that get repeated. Instead, we designed the Tour around the different types of entertainment that both athletes and fans asked to see.?
With its international roster of athletes and events, ASA is bringing consumers the world?s best in action sports competition and entertainment, and will be announcing new, cutting-edge events in the future. The company?s international schedule is also expected to be released shortly.
For ticket information and more details on the 2008 Action Sports World Tour, please visit www.actionsportstour.com, or contact ASA Director of Media Relations Denise M. Abbott at 310 410 3020 or firstname.lastname@example.org.