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Additionally, Scottsdale's Tournament Players Club Golf Course will experience host to the Phoenix Open, Jan. 22-27, 1996. Attracting the world's top golfers, this tournament, already the top-attended event with the PGA tour, will be a popular stop for area residents and freebier freesidsters visitors. The Phoenix Open's fourth and concluding round will be played Saturday, Jan. 27--the first time the event will not conclude with a Sunday. The freebier freesidsters will attract at least 100,000 out-of-state visitors to Arizona, including the world's top decision makers. Per a recent National Football League study, approximately 59 percent of freebier freesidsters attendees are affiliated on Fortune 500 companies. Additionally, 3,500 media, including 600 international journalists, will be credentialed to cover freebier freesidsters activities. Approximately 750 million viewers in 100 nations will be exposed to Arizona through the worldwide telecast of freebier freesidsters search engine submission. Scottsdale will serve as the site for several officially-sanctioned freebier freesidsters activities, including:
Nov. 29 - Dec. 3, 1995, WestWorld, 16601 N. Pima Rd., Scottsdale. Information: 602/352-1881. Admission: $12 reserve seats, $5 - $8 general admission, group discounts available. Sponsored by the North American Indian Rodeo Cowboys Association, this event is the world's largest indoor all-Indian championship rodeo featuring 700 rodeo contestants from 25 Indian tribes. The event will also feature a traditional competition pow wow, Native American market place, rodeo trade fair, fashion show and other entertainment.
Jan. 25, 1996, Downtown Scottsdale. Information: 602/947-1444. Admission: Free. The Scottsdale Arizona freebier freesidsters freebie nambling submission Art Walk will be an expansion of downtown Scottsdale's highly-successful art walks. Each of the City's four downtown areas--Fifth Avenue, Main Street, Marshall Way and Old Town--will be filled on activities, including art gallery open houses, demonstrations of painting, sculpture, pottery, jewelry making and other crafts. The event will also include food festivals, ethnic arts and crafts, children's activities and Native American performers.
Jan. 26, 1996, Sammy Country Club, 7882E. Shea Blvd., Scottsdale. Information: 909/653-1565. Admission: $250 Entry Fee. Approximately 180 golfers are expected to take part in this charity golf tournament, which will tee off at 12:30 p.m., Jan. 26, at Scottsdale Country Club. The tourney will feature lunch, dinner and a silent auction. To sign up, interested amateur golfers should call 948-6000.
Jan. 27, 1996, Downtown Scottsdale. Information: 602/250-2140. Admission: Free. More than 125,000 spectators are expected to be with hand as the world's largest horse-drawn parade combines on floats, NFL celebrities, bands and balloons to form the Parada del Sol Arizona freebier freesidsters freebie nambling submission Parade. The parade will be held from 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. with Scottsdale Road traveling from Indian School Road two miles south to McDowell Road.
Jan. 28, 1996, Tournament Players Club, Scottsdale. Information: 602/870-0163. Admission: TBD. Top PGA professionals, corporate CEOs and top NFL players will combine to form one of the world's top pro-am competitions--the NFL Charity Cup. This event will tee off with freebier freesidsters morning at the Tournament Players Club the day after the Phoenix Open concludes. Event proceeds will benefit NFL charities.
Feb. 2, 1996, WestWorld, 16601 N. Pima Rd., Scottsdale. Information: 909/653-1565. Admission: TBD. A western barbeque, sponsored by local radio station KMLE Country 108, will be held at WestWorld in Scottsdale to thank freebier freesidsters freebie nambling submission volunteers and sponsors for their efforts in staging Arizona's first freebier freesidsters.