Scheels Arena Welcoming Volunteers for 2014 U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Curling
FARGO, ND — The Scheels Arena is accepting volunteer applications to help with the 2014 U.S.
Olympic Team Trials for Curling.
Are you interested in getting involved with the first Olympic event held in North Dakota?
Become a volunteer and be a part of the Olympic experience.
We are asking that each volunteer work a minimum of three (3) shifts during the trials (about
four hours per shift) and pay $25.00. The $25.00 will help to cover volunteer benefits, which will
include the following worth over $100.00:
• 2014 U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Curling Volunteer Shirt (which is required to be worn
during the volunteer shifts)
• Two (2) vouchers for tickets to your day of choice (excludes championship days)
• Free admission to the Opening Banquet on Saturday, November 9, 2013
• Beverages and Dry Snacks during the volunteer shift
There are many opportunities for you to volunteer. We need enthusiastic and hardworking
volunteers to be:
• Curling Instructors
• Gate Attendants
• General Runners
• Hospitality Workers
• Ice Crew
• Fan Zone Attendants
• On Ice Officials
About the Metro Sports Foundation:
Established in 2007, the Metro Sports Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization was derived from a community need - an
insufficiency in ice availability and capacity for the Fargo hockey and ice skating constituency, including the four Fargo youth
hockey clubs, the Fargo Park District and the Fargo public and private schools. The beginning of the foundation’s community
service to fulfill that need was realized in 2008 with the opening of Phase I of Scheels Arena in the form of a 5,000 seat hockey
arena. Today, the organization continues to work toward the creation of additional sheets of ice as well as serve the youth sporting
community through its mission of enriching youth activities in the Fargo-Moorhead area through the promotion and hosting of
sporting events that offer players, coaches and the community the opportunity to participate at the highest level of sportsmanship.