Small Town Poker Tour Starts 2009 Season at the Louisiana Cajun Dome Convention Center

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The Small Town Poker Tour (STPT) kicks off the 2009 season in Lafayette, Louisiana. The event will benefit the United Way of Acadiana.

The Small Town Poker Tour will visit the Cajun Dome Convention Center in Lafayette, Louisiana January 23, for an event that will benefit the United Way of Acadiana. "The tournament will be held at the Cajun Dome Convention Center to accommodate the crowd," stated STPT Creator Mark Fracalossi. "The United Way of Acadiana does a remarkable job in this region and the support from the players was astonishing, I am pleased to be back for our third year", Fracalossi added.

The tournament will be a one day event. The buy-in for the event is $80+10 for $16000 worth of tournament chips. First place prize for main event is a $10,000 Visa Gift Card, based on 500 players.

Tournament Directors for the event are Saul Hakim and Moose Antley. "Saul and Moose have been STPT Regional Partners for many years. They run a fun game and have an excellent following of players," Fracalossi added.

Title sponsors for the event are; Superior, P2S, Venture, Lafayette Hilton, Broussard Brothers, and Chevron.

The Small Town Poker Tour travels the world conducting and promoting poker events to raise awareness and funds for local and national charities. The STPT has produced events for charities such as, The United Way, Lions Club International, Boy and Girls Clubs, Corps of Compassion and many more. The STPT management team also lends its hand behind the scenes in many charity, corporate and celebrity events.

To register for the event or for sponsorship opportunities visit; http://www.acadianapoker.com

To learn more about the Small Town Poker Tour please visit; http://www.SmallTownPokerTour.com

For Tournament Event Booking please contact; Rich Baker Booking
http://www.richbakerbooking.com 203-847-3510

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