White Rock Boxing Holds First Show Of 2006
Columbia, SC (January 19, 2006) - The Columbia Regional Sports Council is once again proud to announce another White Rock Boxing and Head Hunters Boxing Promotions collaboration. Take in an a night of professional boxing, January 21, at the Stanick Roofing Warehouse located at 2150 Dutch Fork Road in White Rock. The action starts at 8:00 pm, doors open at 7:00 pm..
Article posted on 19.01.2006
Headlining this event will be White Rock’s very own 6’6” 230lb. two-time South Carolina Golden Gloves Heavyweight Champion and undefeated heavyweight pro sensation Moultrie “Mooch” Witherspoon and WBE & WBB Lightweight titleholder “Nature Girl,” Donna Biggers. Both boxers have earned their respective titles and will be sure to put on an exciting show for all that come out to watch. Full house attendance is expected (approximately 300 people).
“We’re really exciting to be building a relationship with Billy Stanick and White Rock Boxing. They continue to put on quality boxing events and we’ll assist however we can to see even more professional boxing action come to the area,” said Neely Grant, Sales Manager of the Columbia Regional Sports Council.
This event will start at 8:00 PM, with doors opening at 7:00 PM. Tickets for this event are $20 General Admission, $40 Ring Side and $60 VIP. Purchase tickets in advance and get a 10% discount. Tickets are available at Stanick Sheet Metal & Roofing, 5539 Old Bush River Road. For more information about this event and sponsorship opportunities, please contact Billy Stanick at (803)798-2266.
The Columbia Regional Sports Council is a non-profit organization committed to serving as the central clearinghouse for information regarding the sponsorship, promotion, and coordination of sporting events, facilities and associations in the Columbia Riverbanks Region. If you would like additional information on the Columbia Regional Sports Council, please visit our website at www.columbiasportscouncil.com or contact Scott Powers at (803) 545-0009
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