June 25, 2009

West Division Winner, Wyoming Cavalry, makes plans for the 2009 post season
Plans include hosting AIFA Championship Bowl III
(Ticket Discounts currently available for post-season games)

(Casper, WY) "It's what we've been working towards all year," says Wyoming Cavalry Head Coach Dan Maciejczak. "Getting to the playoffs, and [hopefully] hosting the Championship game. Our kids have been working hard all season, with one goal in mind. We want to bring the Championship Bowl game to Wyoming and all the fans. We want to thank all the supporters over the years and bring not only the game, but the championship to Wyoming." A bowl game win for the Cavs will be the first professional team championship for the state of Wyoming.

The road to the championship game starts with the Western Conference game on July 10. The Cavs secured homefield advantage with their win over the New Mexico Wildcats on June 21. Cavs will host the Utah Valley Thunder at 7 pm at the Casper Events Center on July 10. "This is, obviously, a big game for us," says Maciejczak. "The Thunder are a well-coached, competitive ball club, and they will be looking to win our game for the same chance to host the championship game. It would be a big deal for them to host as an inaugural team, and they will come into the Events Center with determination and drive.  We need to stay focused and play our game. But, we also need the fans to cheer us on from the stands. It's tough to play at the Casper Events Center in front of the Wyoming fans."

Maciejczak is not shy about asking the fans to come out during this year's post season and continue their love and support of the team. "The Cavalry has gotten to the Championship 4 times in the past 10 years, but this is the first time we've had the chance to host the game," continues Maciejczak. "We need the Wyoming fans to come out and pack the Casper Events Center and show, especially the East team, our Wyoming hospitality. I don't like to beg, but I will.  We need the fans and supporters to come out to these two games [July 10 and July 26] and be the 9th man."

"It's an exciting time to be a Cavs' fans," says General Manager, Mike Layton. "This is the 10th year of professional indoor football in Wyoming, and we have the possibility of hosting the championship game. We've got lots of things planned in July and for the championship game - we just need the win on July 10 so we can hit the "GO" button and let everyone know what to expect." 

July 4 and July 10 tickets are currently on sale and reservations for seats are being taken for the
July 26 championship game.

The Cavs' are offering a very generous discount - with the July 4 game ticket purchase - to fans for the two post-season games. (See flyer)

Season ticket holders have first right of refusal on their seats for both games.
Season ticket holders have until
July 7 to purchase their July 10 tickets and until
July 15 to purchase their July 26 championship tickets.

Contact the Casper Events Center box office at 307.577.3030 or 1.800.442.2256 or contact the Cavalry office at 307.232.8170. Additional special pricing on large groups are available.


The Wyoming Cavalry Professional Indoor Football team has a busy, and exciting, July ahead of them.

  • July 4 - 6 pm kick-off - Casper Events Center ---host the Ogden Knights in the final regular season indoor football game. GET YOUR TICKETS EARLY - 307.577.3030.
    Be a part of the Fireworks Festival and watch the Fireworks after the game. FREE PARKING with cavs' game ticket.
    Bryan Ragsdale will perform at half time.
    Discounts on the July 10 and July 26 post-season games with your July 4 ticket purchase. (See flyer)
     
  • July 7 - 10 am - Downtown ---participate in the annual Fair & Rodeo Parade. Cavs will have an automobile float in the annual parade ----be prepared for some "wet" fun from the Cavs' players.
    Season ticket holders must have their July 10 tickets purchased by July 7.
    Discounts on the July 10 and July 26 post-season games with your July 4 ticket purchase. (See flyer)
     
  • July 10 - 7 pm kick-off - Casper Events Center ---host the Utah Valley Thunder in the Western Conference Championship Game.
    Stakes are high for this game, as the winner hosts AIFA Championship Bowl III
    .
    This is the only team the Cavs have lost to all season ------home field and the Wyoming crowd definitely puts the Cavs at an advantage. GET YOUR TICKETS EARLY - 307.577.3030.
    Discounts on the July 10 and July 26 post-season games with your July 4 ticket purchase. (See flyer)
     
  • July 15
    Season ticket holders must have their July 26 tickets purchased by July 15.
    Discounts on the July 10 and July 26 post-season games with your July 4 ticket purchase. (See flyer)
     
  • July 17 - 1 pm - Three Crowns Golf Club ---Benefit Golf Tournament for the Casper Troopers.
    Reserve your spot for this great event. (Download Registration Form)

     
  • July 26 - 5 pm - Casper Events Center ---host the Eastern Conference Champion in
    AIFA Championship Bowl III
    .
    This game is contingent upon the win on July 10 -----
    tickets are being RESERVED NOW as a sell-out is expected. Reserve your seats NOW - no payment due until game is confirmed.
    Discounts on the July 10 and July 26 post-season games with your July 4 ticket purchase. (See flyer)
     

  
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