Harlem Ambassadors to play Tecumseh’s Chamber Challengers

The Harlem Ambassadors will play the Tecumseh Chamber Challengers in a fun-filled basketball game on Wednesday, Nov. 3, at the Tecumseh Middle School, beginning at 7 p.m.The Tecumseh Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the family-friendly community fundraiser to benefit itself as a non-profit organization.The game will feature high-flying slam-dunks and hilarious comedy with local dignitaries and celebrities joining in the fun as opponents for the Harlem Ambassadors.The chamber is seeking quarter, player and event sponsors for the evening with special advertising and recognition available with a sponsorship. The co-ed teams play the first and third quarters as regulation basketball against the Ambassadors. The second and fourth quarters feature fun antics as the Ambassadors play local celebrities in the “show” quarters. The Ambassadors will also offer a post-game autograph session.In addition to the game, there will be a special presentation given by the Ambassadors during the day to middle school students titled, “Stay in School, Stay off Drugs.”Tickets to the game go on sale in mid-September and cost $5 for students and seniors and $7 for adults in advance. Tickets purchased at the door will increase the cost to $7 for students and seniors and $9 for adults.For more information or to become a sponsor call Vicki at the Tecumseh Chamber of Commerce at 423.3740.

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