HOUSTON, March 25, 2013 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- In what is expected to be one of the most widely viewed sporting events of the year, CONCACAF powerhouses and archrivals Mexico and the United States will face off in the third match of the final round of World Cup qualifiers next Tuesday at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City. In Houston, Telcel AMERICA is bringing the experience to life for fans at an event featuring giant screens at a local sports complex.
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Doors will open at 6 pm at Kicks Indoor Soccer in Houston, where fans will enjoy free food, music and the opportunity to win numerous gifts including official Mexican National Soccer Team jerseys, vuvuzelas and Android Smart Phones, all while watching the match on a giant screen at no charge and courtesy of Telcel AMERICA. The well-known "Chicas Telcel" will also be on hand to serve as hostesses and give out prizes, while popular Houston area Latino bloggers will post and live Tweet the festivities for their followers on social media.
Telcel AMERICA Presents: Mexico vs USA "El Gran Juego en Pantalla Gigante"
Free and Open to the Public
Tuesday, March 26th, 6:00 to 9:00 pm
Kicks Indoor Soccer
611 Shepherd Dr.
Houston, TX 77007
Information: (312) 492-6424
About Telcel AMERICA
Telcel AMERICA (http://www.telcelamerica.com/) is a new prepaid wireless service in the U.S. offering the latest Android and other phones, with plans providing unlimited local and long-distance calling in the U.S., and unlimited calling to landlines in Mexico. Telcel AMERICA also offers unlimited SMS and data, as well as mobile-to-mobile calling from the U.S. to Mexico. Telcel AMERICA's service is provided by TracFone Wireless, Inc., the leading "no-contract" cellular service provider in the U.S. with over 23 million subscribers.
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