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The City of Round Rock's Convention and Visitors Bureau has signed a contract to bring in the Mrs. Baird's Quickfoot Soccer Tournament, slated for June 18-19 at Old Settlers Park.
Dallas-based event management firm Velocity Event Solutions operates the Quickfoot tournaments.
The tournament is described as a festival-like atmosphere and is expected to bring more than 1,200 athletes and their families to Round Rock.
"Round Rock is a great location for this and other events that require a tournament-class facility and plenty of activities for athletes to do while they are not on the field competing," says Darren Smith, founder and CEO of Velocity Event Solutions.
"The Quickfoot event builds on our Sports Capital of Texas marketing program and further supports our position as the ultimate host city for sporting activities," says Nancy Yawn, director of the Round Rock CVB.
The Round Rock Quickfoot competition is an official qualifying tournament for the Mrs. Baird's Quickfoot Championship Tournament, which will take place in Galveston from July 23-24.
Last year, Round Rock began an aggressive statewide campaign to claim the title of Sports Capital of Texas. The Sports Capital of Texas campaign is funded by local hotel occupancy taxes.