Community Viewing Of World Cup Is At Miller Plaza Thursday

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

As the United States gets set to take on Germany, the public can watch the game in Miller Plaza on Thursday. With one 70” big screen and four 55” screens playing the game along with sound, River City Company will host the Chattanooga mid-day screening party for the World Cup.

Streaming of pre-game commentary will begin at 11 a.m. in the Waterhouse Pavilion area. Set up with chairs and tables, this free public viewing is an opportunity to enjoy the City Center spot and cheer on the U.S.A.

“We’ve heard from people in the community who’ve suggested Waterhouse Pavilion as a viewing area before," said Amy Donahue, marketing and communications manager for River City Company.  "With a noon time slot, we were able to make a public viewing possible for everyone."

Whether people bring their lunch or grab items from Miller Plaza restaurants like Community Pie, Subway and Taqueria Jalisco, Waterhouse Pavilion is open for all the World Cup fun tomorrow. 

Alcohol will not be permitted at this event.

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