The Chicago Outfit Roller Derby Hits The Track For Their Home Season Opener

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The Chicago Outfit Roller Derby Hits The Windy City Fieldhouse For Their Home Season Opener

Chicago, IL - 05 02, 2011 - On Saturday, May 14th, The Chicago Outfit Roller Derby will roll into the Windy City Fieldhouse, in Logan Square (Chicago, IL), to kick off their 2011 Home Season with a double header.  The Syndicate, The Chicago Outfit’s A-Team, is scheduled to play The Tri-City Rollergirls from Ontario, while the Shade Brigade, B-Team, will play the Southern Illinois Roller Girls.  C.O.D.A. (Chicago Onyx Dance Alliance) and The Puzzle League Dance Crew will entertain at half-time. Discounted pre-sale tickets available on, via skater and select vendors.  Full-price tickets may be purchased at the door.  Doors at 6pm, bout will commence at 7 PM, immediately after special guest, Eric Georgevich of King Sparrow, sings the National Anthem.  Windy City Fieldhouse is located at 2367 West Logan Boulevard, and offers free parking.

Partial proceeds from all 2011 home bouts will benefit the Howard Brown Health Center, one of the largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender organizations in the nation. Howard Brown focuses on eliminating the disparities in healthcare that exist in the LGBT community, by providing primary medical care and HIV/STD prevention, among other services.

Following the bout, The Chicago Outfit will host an afterparty at Cobra Lounge, with free bus transportation from Windy City Fieldhouse and drink specials.  Cobra Lounge is located at 235 North Ashland Avenue.

The Chicago Outfit Roller Derby, founded in the fall of 2007, is a democratic, not-for-profit, all-female, flat track roller derby organization, run by the skaters, for the skaters, based in the city of Chicago. The Chicago Outfit Roller Derby's goal is to create a positive female community dedicated to contributing charitably to other nonprofit organizations.

The Chicago Outfit Roller Derby is a proud member of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA), and strives to develop and maintain the high level of skill and expectations required by the WFTDA, representing roller derby nationwide with class, sass, and dignity.