Boracay Beach Volleyball Open organized by PHRS on November 12-13, 2011

Need a vacation and would want to play beach volleyball at the same time? Check out the first Boracay Beach Volleyball Open this November being organized by the PHRS.

Philippine Hotel Reservations Service (PHRS) brings you the First Beach Volleyball Open Tournament in Boracay. This is open to anyone from leisure players to collegiate players regardless of age and level of play. Take part in this fun and exciting tournament on November 12 and 13 and enjoy the pristine white sand beach that Boracay offers. Play hard by day and part even harder with us during the Player’s Party at the famous Summer Place Bar.

Register for MEN’s division, WOMEN’s division or just play with your friends in the MIXED division. Invite your team to join. Register now!

To register your team, please call us at (02) 904 3682 / 0916 301 3366, or log on to www.boracaybeachvolleyball.com, where you can also register online and for further information.

Maricris Oriondo-Levardo
Marketing Executive

Registration fee is just P500 per player (payable within one week of registration). This includes a shirt, and a free drink at the party. This event is more of a ‘just for fun’ kind of volleyball tournament wherein there will be “no official referees”. In fact, the participating teams will take turns as referees. They do have prizes though:

  • Men’s Division 1st Prize: P15,000 cash plus other prizes
  • Women’s Division: 1st Prize P15,000 cash plus other prizes
  • Mixed Division 1st Prize: 3 days and 2 nights hotel accommodation in Boracay for four (4) persons

To learn more about the PHRS Boracay Beach Volleyball Open, visit their www.boracaybeachvolleyball.com website.

Interested to join but you’re alone?

According to the organizers, they already have players who registered but are still missing some teammates. I guess they are gathering all the solo participants out there and maybe organize them into teams if they want that. So if you want to join and look for teammates, you should contact the folks over at PHRS via their Facebook page.

Both comments and pings are currently closed.