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President’s Day Cup Full Court Schedule can be found here.

Location:

Dayton Convention Center
22 East Fifth St.
Dayton, OH 45402

Phone: 937-333-4700

Web page: http://www.daytonconventioncenter.org/

 Food Policy:

There are concessions.
Coolers and food: Keep all coolers in cars. Coolers are prohibited in and outside facilities hosting OVR-sanctioned events. Setting up tables and/or cooking by teams or their support staff, fans, coaches, or parents are prohibited at OVR-sanctioned events. Tournament directors and site managers do not have the discretion to grant permission. Tournament directors can permit teams to bring food into a designated area of the tournament facility. Some facilities do not permit outside food to be brought in to a tournament site. This is also allowed and will be enforced. If a club does not comply amicably with a tournament director’s or site director’s request, an Incident Report will be sent to Bob Price, OVR Commissioner, resulting in up to a $250 fine and a team/club suspension.