Naperville Crossings to host High School Chess Tournament Oct. 3

  • Phillips Edison & Company's Naperville Crossings will host a high school chess tournament on Sunday, Oct. 3.

    Phillips Edison & Company's Naperville Crossings will host a high school chess tournament on Sunday, Oct. 3. Courtesy of Phillips Edison & Company

 
 
Updated 10/1/2021 12:57 PM

Local neighborhood shopping center Naperville Crossings, which is owned by Phillips Edison & Company (Nasdaq: PECO), has organized a chess tournament involving several local high schools on Sunday, Oct. 3.

This fun-filled chess tournament will feature teams from Metea Valley High School, Naperville Central High School, Naperville North High School, Neuqua Valley High School and Waubonsie Valley High School from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

 

The interscholastic chess tournament aims to bring local communities together by spotlighting the talented players and their coaches from different area high schools.

This friendly competition includes four rounds of games, and the top players and school will be recognized for their performance. The event is being supported by a number of local businesses, as well as Naperville Crossings retailers who will be supplying food, snacks and treats to keep the players on top of their games!

Food and treats will be provided by Naperville Crossings retailers including Crumbl Cookies, Currito, Dave's Hot Chicken, MOD Pizza, Paris Bistro and Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.

Event sponsors include Active Maintenance, Landscape Concepts Management, Let's Pave, Site Services, South Shore Roofing of Illinois and WLS Lighting Systems.

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