Wild Ride aims to encourage sports tourism in Tucson - Tucson News Now

Wild Ride aims to encourage sports tourism in Tucson

The Tucson Rodeo grounds are one of the stops on the Wild Ride. The Tucson Rodeo grounds are one of the stops on the Wild Ride.
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Metropolitan Pima Alliance is hosting a tour of tourism-related sites in Tucson today in an effort to bring more sports tourism dollars to the city.

The 2013 Wild Ride is taking participants to several sites, such as Hi Corbett Field, Kino Sports Complex and the Tucson Airport.

Attendees will learn about the sites' plans for development and how much they contribute to the Tucson economy.

Tucson News Now's Chris Holmstrom is tagging along. He can be followed on Twitter at @ChrisKOLD.

Watch Chris' report on KOLD News 13 Live at 5.

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