Palazzo di Bocce will be open during regular business hours during this event
Chief Executive Officer
American Bocce Company
For Immediate Release:
American Bocce Company teams up with Palazzo di Bocce to debut first ever American Bocce Open.
American Bocce Company has announced that they are collaborating with Palazzo di Bocce outside of Detroit, Michigan as the host site for their first ever large scale regional bocce ball tournament. After seven years of cultivating new players and communities through social, bar, and casual leagues, American Bocce is entering the more competitive fray with a 2-day tournament drawing players from around the country. The event is scheduled for Friday, September 10th and Saturday, September 11th which will feature two simultaneous tournaments; one geared towards elite competitors, and one designed for social and recreational players.
While the Chicago-based organization considered several host locations closer to home, they ultimately reached an agreement with Palazzo di Bocce based on its immense facilities, generous host staff, and strong ties to the history and the culture of the sport. “Both ABC and Palazzo just want to serve the sport,” remarks Alex Gara, President of American Bocce. “We want to see it grow. We want to see it prosper. By aligning on this, we think we give bocce the best chance to do just that.”
Join us for the biggest bocce event of the year:
Where: Palazzo di Bocce - 4291 Lapeer Road Lake Orion, MI 48359
When: Friday, September 10 and Saturday, September 11, 2021
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Founded in 2014, American Bocce Company has been growing the sport of bocce ball through leagues, activations, programming, and partnerships. American Bocce Company has introduced the sport to tens of thousands of players across the world through social leagues, unique activations, and large scale partnerships with companies such as Carnival Cruise Lines, Special Olympics, Heineken USA, Goose Island Beer Co., Packaworld International, and Eataly.
Located in Orion Township, Michigan, about 40 minutes north of downtown Detroit, Palazzo di Bocce is the largest and most elaborate bocce facility in the United States. It has successfully hosted major National and International tournaments since its opening in 2004. In 2005, players from 26 countries played in the World Bocce Championship at Palazzo, marking the first time since 1996 that the international competition has been held in the United States. Site facilities include 10 indoor tournament-sized courts, court hosts and hostesses, cocktail bars, and an authentic Italian restaurant.