incredibleICE Celebrates 10-year Anniversary
Events Planned all Weekend to Celebrate Milestone
SUNRISE, Fla. – Sunrise Sports & Entertainment announced today that incredibleICE will celebrate their 10-year anniversary this weekend beginning Friday, Nov. 17 until Sunday, Nov. 19.
"We are so very fortunate and excited to have been embraced the way we have been in the South Florida community," said Jeff Campol, Vice-President and General Manger of incredibleICE in Coral Springs. "It has been 10-years of incredible accomplishments, memories, and people. I look forward to introducing more people to the world of incredibleICE as we continue to grow."
The schedule of events is as follows:
Friday, November 17 from 8:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. will kickoff the weekend of scheduled events with giveaway's including Florida Panthers jerseys, tickets to upcoming Panthers hockey games, and Club incredible will be open.
Saturday, November 18 from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. will feature a series of events featuring $.10 hotdogs, slices of pizza, and cokes throughout the day to highlight the '10-year' anniversary. Stanley C. Panther will be in attendance, while a rock-climbing wall, face painting and clowns will be on site.
Sunday, November 19 from 11 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. will feature a Florida Panthers player TBD who will be on-site signing autographs for fans.
Tuesday, November 21 at 6:30 p.m. the facility will be honored by City of Coral Springs Mayor Scott Brook and City Commissioners when they issue a proclamation in honor of the facilities involvement in the Coral Springs community. This ceremony will be open to the public.
The rink is a 75,000 square foot, state-of-the-art, twin ice skating and entertainment facility located in Coral Springs. incredibleICE boasts one of the most competitive adult and youth ice hockey programs in the state of Florida. incredibleICE has received several awards over the years distinguishing it as one of the top facilities in the country including:
Named one of the top 10 great places to skate in the USA Feb. 3, 2006 by Kristy Yamaguchi in USA Today 2006 Olympic edition
Host of the USA Hockey National Championships April 2002 (A first for the state of Florida)
Voted one of the coolest rinks in the country by USA Hockey Magazine April 2004
The recipient of the Special Olympics Excellence in Athlete Training Award for the state of Florida July 2004
Host of the Sunshine State Figure Skating Championships 2002 - 2008
Hosted numerous national and international figure skating competitions and hockey tournaments
Being the official home of the NHL Florida Panthers Hockey Club 1998- present
The City of Weston recently approved plans for the design, management and operation of an incredibleICE & SPORTS Weston, slated to be built on a five-acre site on the northern portion of Vista Park.
The new Weston facility will include two National Hockey League regulation-size ice rinks, a pro shop, restaurants, a skater's lounge and three basketball courts. The new facility will also be able to convert into a multipurpose space to hold events such as volleyball games and gymnastic competitions. Once completed, the Panthers, who currently practice at incredibleICE, will begin to practice primarily at the new rink.
For more information about incredibleICE please visit www.incredibleice.com or call 954-341-9956.