Local Group with Pride in South Dakota wants to make this the Communities team
Rapid City, SD: Amongst local business leaders and soon-to-be fans on stage at Main Street Square, downtown, officials from a Wyoming-based group, Pick-Six Entertainment, LLC announced today their plans to launch a new professional indoor football team in Rapid City for the 2022 season. The brand new team will be involving local business leaders and will play at the new arena at The Monument beginning in March of next year. The group announced not only their arrival, but also plans to hire A local staff, integrate into Rapid City life, and they ended with the unveiling of the team's new name and logo...enter the “Rapid City Marshals”.
“We are very proud of our teams in Gillette and Billings and how they fit into their respected communities. However, Rapid City was always our first choice when considering launching a team. We are so pleased that the timing is finally right and we look forward to providing the people of South Dakota with a team that they can take great pride in,” explained team co-owner, Keith Russ. He and partner Tel Koan started Pick-Six over a year ago launching the Wyoming Mustangs, a professional football team playing in Gillette, Wyoming this past season in front of sellout crowds each game. “We have been treated with such great hospitality from Mayor Allender, to Craig Baltzer at The Monument and all of the other city leaders. We will do our best to make certain that we provide something very special to this community,” added Koan.
Proud members of the CIF (Champions Indoor Football), the Rapid City Marshals will compete with opponents from all over the upper Midwest down through Texas in a 12 game season (6 home games) starting in March of 2022. Games are fast-paced, high-scoring, and surrounded by family-oriented entertainment from a tailgate party throughout the game and even into the post-game autograph session and activities. The team provided a tentative timeline on when the fans and the community can expect to meet a new head coach, see team uniforms, visit new team offices, watch the team participate in the community and schools, and be able to buy tickets over the coming months. “Rapid City is a remarkable city with passionate sports fans who I believe will embrace all that the CIF has to offer. The league and its directors are all very proud to have the Marshals and its fans as part of our growing family.” stated Interim CIF Commissioner Tommy Benizio.
For further information on these or other team topics, please visit www.RapidCityMarshals.com or call 605-596-0965.