$13 for Brew City Bags Bash Cornhole Tournament for Two at Pettit National Ice Center (Up to $30 Value)

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In a Nutshell

Indoor cornhole tournament challenges bean-bag-tossing duos to qualify for 32-team double elimination round & chance to vie for prizes

The Fine Print

Expires Apr 14th, 2012. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. On-site registration required by 6:30PM on Sat., April 14. Valid only for the social doubles tournament. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

A family outing fosters lifelong memories while giving houses the chance to molt in private. Leave your domicile to its own devices with this Groupon.

$13 for One Team Entry to Brew City Bags Bash Social Doubles Tournament (Up to $30 Value)

Pairs fling bean bags at indoor round-robin cornhole tournament to determine which 32 teams earn various prizes and ascend to the double-elimination bracket. The tournament commences on Saturday, April 14, at 7 p.m., at Pettit National Ice Center, with registration beginning at 6 p.m.

Pettit National Ice Center

One of 12 indoor 400-meter ovals in the world and the only sea-level oval in the United States accessible to athletes, the nonprofit Pettit National Ice Center has become an essential destination for speed skaters training for the 2014 Olympic Games. Practicing skaters join the ranks of Apolo Anton Ohno, Chad Hedrick, and Shani Davis, all of whom have competed or trained at Pettit, participated in the last five Winter Olympics, and beaten an avalanche into submission. With its 155,000-square-foot arena and 97,000 square feet of ice, the Olympic training site has hosted the 2005 U.S. National Short Track Championship and eight international speed-skating competitions.

In addition to Olympic-caliber sportspersons, Pettit accommodates nearly 400,000 annual visitors for public-skating sessions and lessons in skating, figure skating, and speed skating. Skating clubs, hockey leagues, curling, and wheelchair- and special-needs-skating classes commence on two 100'x200' rinks. Meanwhile, spectators and Olympic torches on their day off can sidestep the ice by contemplating infinity while resting in a lounge overlooking the arena, or jogging around the 443-meter track circling the ice oval.

For those who have team spirit and enjoy athletic competition