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Relaunched AVP Tour Hopes To Make Salt Lake City A Regular Tournament Host
Published June 6, 2013
DOWN BY THE BAY: In Tampa, Lauren Carroll notes AVP organizers are "solidifying details" for the Sept. 13-15 AVP tournament to be hosted at Vinoy Park in St. Petersburg. Farias Consulting Group CEO & Managing Partner Mario Farias said that six temporary courts "will be constructed in Vinoy Park, using about 100 metric tons of sand." AVP Owner Donald Sun said that the main stadium "will seat about 3,500 people." AVP consultant Al Lau said that the tournament "will have entertainment, but AVP is still solidifying a list of performers." They also are "finalizing a list of local sponsors" (TAMPA BAY TIMES, 6/6).