| Central Penn Business Journal
CVB: Wrestling events to bring $1.5M to York County
Two wrestling events are expected to bring more than $1.5 million to York County's economy in January, according to the York County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
The Easton-based National High School Coaches Association's Wrestling Festival is a competition in which teams are matched up with others of "like caliber," according to the association's website.
The group's Final Four of High School Wrestling was created to pitch the elite teams from across the country in a dual meet environment, according to the website.
Both are scheduled for Jan. 12 at the York Expo Center in West Manchester Township, bringing an estimated 4,500 wrestlers and spectators to the area, according to a bureau news release.