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See why sports events hosted in Chester County are racking up wins.
In central proximity to Philadelphia, New York and Washington, D.C., the Brandywine Valley is an ideal location for Mid-Atlantic sporting events, easily accessible from the Philadelphia International Airport and I-95.
Discover sprawling field complexes, premier facilities, and vibrant towns with team-friendly dining and downtime attractions. Pair the right facilities and accommodations of nearly 4,000 rooms with surrounding entertainment to create the perfect play for your event – save the Hail Marys for the game.
Indoors, outdoors, or on ice, Chester County can accommodate even the most unconventional sporting events, from mud runs and lantern festivals to national curling championships and equestrian competitions. Enjoy complete event services that make your planning as breezy as our beautiful countryside.
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Travis Geiser, STS Sports & Events Sales Manager
Sports tourism reaches every corner of Chester County and creates millions of dollars in economic impact each year. Travis leads the planning, marketing, sales and service efforts for this significant market to meet the needs of our clients and business partners through large multi-day sports competitions and events. His passion and savvy for sports tourism and the Brandywine Valley fuel his success.
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"We work with local tourism agencies for all our Farm to Fork Fondo events, and Chester County CVB has been hands down our strongest and most helpful such partner. From facilitating local relationships, finding local sponsors, and advising on local municipalities to feeding and housing our staff, filling in last-minute gaps, and pitching in at the event, Chester County CVB went above and beyond our expectations as a local partner. This extra effort and attention to detail has a huge impact on our location decisions, and we look forward to coming back to Chester County and working with the CVB for years to come."
Tyler Wren, Founder & Principal of Wrenegrade Sports
"For me, I will always remember the 2020-21 hockey season as easily the most difficult in the history of the EHL. With the ever-changing restrictions and guidelines set forth due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there were numerous occasions where I truly wondered how we were going to finish the season. When we determined Pennsylvania as the host state for the end of the year event, the Frozen Finals, I quickly connected with Travis, Ice Line, and the staff at the Sheraton Great Valley. I can say with 100% certainty that if it wasn’t for the extra assistance that they all provided, we would not have been able to successfully crown our champions back in March. I am forever grateful to all of them."
Neil Ravin, Director of Communications at Eastern Hockey League