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Top 10 Reasons to Attend the Second Annual Orange Invitational Volleyball Tournament at Cedar Grove High School

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CEDAR GROVE, NJ - The Cedar Grove High School 2nd Annual Orange Invitational Volleyball Tournament is just days away.  Here are the top 10 reasons, you should attend.

10.  Support the Cedar Grove High School Sport Management class

The Sport Management Class has put blood, sweat, and tears into this event.  To have a huge turnout at the event would be incredibly supportive and rewarding to know their efforts did not go unnoticed.

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9. “Secret Weapon”?

There is no doubt that the faculty team last year left many students surprised, startled, and suspicious as to whether they really won. With pressure to win again, will their “secret weapon” be the key to the team’s back to back championship or rather just a ploy to psych out their competitors? Find out what happens on March 22!

8. Music

Last year's Sport Management class put together the first Orange Invitational in attempt to earn $5,000  for a new speaker system in the gym - and they succeeded.  Come listen to it for yourself!

7. Prizes

Between volleyball matchups,  we will be having fan games for people of all ages with prizes to give away!  Some games will include the Sip ‘N Swirl half court shot, the Sweetberry Bowls hockey shot, knockout, and more!

6. Sweetberry Bowls and Sip ‘N Swirl

Sweetberry Bowls sells anything from acai bowls to oatmeal and we have teamed up with them to provide these delicious products! The extension of Sweetberry Bowl’s involvement also gives students and parents the opportunity to participate in a raffle to win a  giftcard!

5. Food

In addition to serving Sweetberry Bowls and Sip ‘N Swirl stands, the Sport Management class has teamed up with a several generous local food establishments creating our concession stand!  There will be a variety of foods available for sale, including pizza, dessert, chips, Powerade, and so much more!

4. Heated Competition

Come watch the students of Cedar Grove High School attempt to win the Investor’s Bank Championship game despite the fierce competition of the Staff.  Last year’s Junior Team lost to the Staff by only 2 in a nail biter of a championship.  Look for that same competition on March 22!

3. Repeat?

Can the Cedar Grove High School Staff take home the Luke’s Auto Service Championship Trophy for the second year in a row? Come and find out!

2. Raffles

Going to the event and entering the raffle increases your chances to win any of the following: A signed David Wright Baseball, Odell Beckham Jr. Signed Picture, $50 Gift Card to The Clubhouse,  a signed Henrik Lundqvist Puck,  Chipotle Gift Cards,  Retro Fitness Basket, Jersey Mike’s Cater Box,  Forte $50 Gift Card,  $200 Rare Steakhouse Gift Card, a signed Yoenis Cespedes Baseball, Shake Shack Gift Cards,  4 Met’s Ticket Vouchers, David’s Cookies Gift Basket, Gelotti Gift Card, New York Jets Poster, 4 Gift Cards to Manhattan Bagel, and more!

1. Support a Great Cause

Progeria is a fatal genetic condition which causes children to age rapidly. All proceeds from this event will go directly to the Progeria Research Foundation on the behalf of Team Zoey. Zoey is a 9-year-old girl with this disease in the town next over -Verona. The smallest amounts can have some of the biggest impacts and we hope to see everyone there to raise attention and awareness!

The Orange Invitational is March 22 at 7 p.m. at the Cedar Grove High School gym located at 90 Rugby Road, Cedar Grove.  Tickets are $5 for students and $7 per adults, and can be purchased by emailing cardinale.joseph@cgschools.org.  All proceeds will be donated to the Progeria Research Foundation on behalf of Team Zoey.  For more information, please contact Joe Cardinale or visit the Facebook Event Page.

 

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