Celebrate the 2015 NCAA Women's Final Four with Dribble to Work Day on March 16

Celebrate the 2015 NCAA Women's Final Four with Dribble to Work Day on March 16
TAMPA, FL – The NCAA®, Tampa Bay Local Organizing Committee and the Tampa Bay Sports Commission invites the community to participate in the inaugural “Dribble to Work Day” on Monday, March 16. The event is aimed at raising awareness of the 2015 NCAA Women’s Final Four® which will be held April 5 and 7 at Amalie Arena. 

Slated for ‘Selection Monday’, “Dribble to Work Day” is a unique and engaging way to support the Women’s Final Four and its importance to our community.

“What better way to celebrate the start of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament, than collectively dribbling to work on Selection Monday, March 16?” said Rob Higgins, Executive Director of the Tampa Bay Sports Commission. “We hope everyone grabs a ball, dribbles into work, takes a video and shares on social media using #WFFDribble to show their support for Tampa Bay’s 2015 NCAA Women’s Final Four!”

Participants are encouraged to video their dribble episode (30-seconds or less) and tag it on Twitter or Facebook using hashtag #WFFDribble. The person with the most creative dribble video will be selected by the Local Organizing Committee to take the first shot on the newly installed NCAA Women’s Final Four court at Amalie Arena.

A limited number of tickets are still available for the premier women’s collegiate championship (click for tickets). Additionally, Championship Week (April 3-7) features numerous free and fun events for all to participate in (click for additional information).

2015 will mark the second time (2008) Tampa Bay has hosted the NCAA Women’s Final Four. The Women’s Final Four is slated to return to Tampa Bay in 2019 for a third time.

Additional information on the Tampa Bay Sports Commission can be found at TampaBaySports.org. Also, follow the TBSC on Twitter, @SportsTampaBay, as well as YouTube, Instagram and Facebook.