Hoopfest 2009 Registration Opens - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Hoopfest 2009 Registration Opens

SPOKANE, Wash. - It's the moment basketball fanatics have been waiting for. Registration for Hoopfest 2009 is now underway and there are a variety of ways you can sign up for the world's largest 3-on-3 basketball tournament. Entry forms are available at Bruchi's restaurants and Yoke's Fresh Markets. You can also log on to the internet to sign up for the tournament here.

This year you can receive a free registration by becoming a court sponsor and by passing the Dairy Farmer's of Washington Fast Break Hoopfest Nutrition Quiz to become eligible for a drawing to have your team's Hoopfest 2009 entry fee paid by the Dairy Farmers of Washington.

There a variety of ways you can volunteer to help make Hoopfest 2009 a success. You can volunteer to be one of the more than 500 court monitors or to work as a general volunteer. As a general volunteer you could work as part of Team Check-in, Avista Master Scoreboard, Monitor Headquarters, Merchandise, The Black Book Information Tents, Wells Fargo Sponsor Garden.

There are several new features at this year's Hoopfest including a "Foodfest" area in Riverfront Park where spectators can purchase food from a variety of vendors. You can also head to Toyota Center Court to enter to win a brand new Toyota Pruis hybrid in the Toyota Goes Green giveaway promotion.

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