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LIC Partnership to host networking night to kick off Summer of Sports campaign

Bar area (provided by Leon Dubov, owner of QBK Sports) (1)

Bar area of QBK Sports (Photo provided by Leon Dubov)

July 10, 2024 By Queens Post News Team

The Long Island City Partnership (LICP) invites business and community leaders to kick off its Summer of Sports campaign at a special networking night on Tuesday, July 30.

The event will be held from 5-7 p.m. at QBK Sports, an indoor beach volleyball facility located at 41-20 39th St. in Long Island City.

Attendees will have the opportunity to mingle with fellow Long Island City business and community leaders, celebrate the launch of LIC’s Summer of Sports initiative and experience QBK Sports’ indoor beach volleyball courts.

Tickets are priced at $20 for LICP and LIC BID members and $40 for non-members. Each ticket includes light bites and a drink ticket for one glass of wine, beer or a canned cocktail.

To encourage participation, the LICP suggests traveling by public transportation due to limited street parking. Convenient transit options include the 7 train to 40th Street, the E, M and R trains to 36th Street and the N and W trains to 39th Avenue.

The Summer of Sports campaign coincides with the Paris Summer Olympics, aiming to harness the excitement of the global event to highlight and drive patronage to the diverse sports-based and active lifestyle venues throughout Long Island City.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the Long Island City Partnership’s website here.

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