Utah Warriors are proud to partner with Polynesian Days Utah Festival
Lehi, UT–The Utah Warriors are proud to partner with Polynesian Days Utah Festival at Electric Park at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi, UT in the heart of Utah’s Silicon Slopes corridor over the Labor Day weekend August 30th and 31st and September 2nd.
The festival is a celebration of the Asian Pacific and Polynesian cultures that first found their roots in Utah in the late 19th century and features scores of youth and family-centric activities and food from every Asian Pacific and Polynesian culture. With over 25,000 attendees in 2018 the event is expected to be one of the world’s largest celebrations of the Asian-Pacific and Polynesian cultures.
“We are excited to partner with the Polynesian Days Utah Festival and to support the Polynesian community here in Utah,” Kimball Kjar, Utah Warriors CEO/GM said, “But we also hope that this event grows into an international celebration of what makes Utah and our heritage of the Polynesian community so special.”
The Warriors will host a Touch Rugby Tournament for co-ed youth and adults and will offer a FREE youth (ages 5-14) rugby clinic with Warriors players on Saturday, August 31st from 9am-12pm at Electric Park in Thanksgiving Point Lehi.
For more information or to register for either event please visit: https://polynesiandaysutah.com/competitions
Polynesian Days Utah Festival attendees can also enter their chance to win swag and a Premium 2020 Utah Warriors Season Ticket Package by signing up at the Warriors merchandise tent.
Admission for the festival is $1 at the door which is going be donated to the non-profit organizations fighting Human Trafficking, Free Student Testing and Maunakea awareness. For a list of events, entertainment and the full schedule for Polynesian Days Utah Fesitival, please visit www.polynesiandaysutah.com.
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