Featuring competitive, intermediate and social team divisions,

as well as single and youth divisions, this tournament is for veteran

 and beginner players alike. 

The event also offers craft beer, local food trucks, and activities for the whole family, including a cornhole challenge course, lawn games, and more.

2020 Capital city cornhole classic

** tournament CANCELED **

Update July 28, 2020
Seven weeks ago, when we made the decision to move forward with the Capital City Cornhole Classic, we were hopeful that Oregon would continue on its path of re-opening.

However, given current trends and the most current statewide mandate (effective July 24, 2020) that now limits outdoor gatherings to 100 people or less (which does apply to our venue at the State Capitol), we have made the incredibly difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Capital City Cornhole Classic.

Yes, losing a major fundraiser is a hurdle we will have to overcome, but even more so, this decision was so difficult because of the incredible players and partners that have expressed so much support, excitement and admiration for this event, in years past, and especially this year.

 

We cannot thank the regional cornhole community enough for how they have helped grow this tournament and hope that your enthusiasm and love for the game will only continue to grow as we look towards future Capital City Cornhole Classics.

The Shangri-La team that puts on this event is incredibly bummed that they won’t get to see many of your faces this year at the tournament but wants you to know that you are so appreciated.

 

As promised, due to a COVID-19 related cancelation, if you have already registered for the tournament, we will mail you your refund check within the next 1-2 weeks.

Ashley Erb

Director of Community Engagement

Proud member of Cherry City Cornhole

TOURNAMENT Partnership opportunities

 

Over 200 players and many more spectators are expected to attend the Captial City Cornhole Classic. Get your business or organization involved in this unique community event. Gain exposure for your brand while helping build inclusive communities. 

To learn more or to become a partner, contact Ashley Erb at community@shangrila-or.org or call 503-581-1732, x328.

 

Monetary Partnerships

Each of these partnership levels come with a variety of partnership perks.

$100 - Cheering Fan Partnership

$250 - Lane Partnership 

$500 - Tent Partnership 

$1,000 - Division Partnership

$1,500 - Cornhole Challenge Course Partnership

In-Kind Partnerships

Partnership perks are awarded based on value of in-kind contribution.

Player Prize Packages - Adult Divisions

As a fundraiser, we don’t pay out cash prizes, so we give the winning players awesome prize packages! We attempt to feature items from local businesses as much as possible. Donate an item (gift certificate, swag, product, etc.) to include in the prize package. Quantity of a single item needed: At least 2, or any even number 2-18. 

Player Prize Packages - Junior Division

As a fundraiser, we don’t pay out cash prizes, so we give the winning players awesome prize packages! Donate a youth-appropriate item (gift certificate, swag, product, etc.) to include in the prize package. Quantity of a single item needed: 1, 2, or 3.

Cornhole Challenge Course Raffle Prizes 

Participants pay to win raffle tickets by completing various cornhole skill related challenges. Donate a raffle prize. Ideal value: $25-$250.

Player Registration Packages 

Each registered player receives a swag bag upon check-in. Donate coupons, promotional items, product samples, tote bags, etc. Quantity needed: 225 to reach all players or any of these increments (40, 80, 48, 16)

Advertising

Help us spread the word. Sponsor a newspaper or radio ad, or give us some space in your direct mailers, newsletter, or social media feed to promote the event. 

Infrastructure

  • *Big Need* Regulation cornhole boards (donate or lend)

  • *Big Need* Generator (donate or lend)

  • *Big Need* 10x10 pop-up tents (donate or lend)

  • 6ft tables (donate or lend)

  • Folding chairs (donate or lend)

  • Portable restroom rental (donation or discount on services)

  • Trash removal (donation or discount on services)

Player Hospitality

  • 200 bottles of water

  • Coffee for 150 people

  • Breakfast treats (muffins, donuts, fruit, etc.) for 150 people

FOOD TRUCKS WANTED

Help feed our hungry players and fans! We are seeking two food trucks to be on site between 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. No charge to participate, we just ask that if you have good sales, you consider a donation back to Shangri-La.

2019 division winners

Competitive Team Division
1st: Scott Phillips and Bob Gallup, team name “Incognito”
2nd: Brent Furby and Kevin Zuercher, team name “Pirates of the Cornibbean”
3rd: Louis Martinez and Chandler Sawyer, team name “All Stars”.
Social Team Division
1st - Gilbert Contreras and Diego Contreras, team "Me and Mini Me"
2nd - Dennis Pranke and Jon Sheard, team "Corny Alkies"
3rd - Hank Gietema and Alissa Gietema, team "It's all Good"
Single Division
1st - Kyle Rufio Kanaeholo
2nd - Shawn Hankins
3rd - Jeff Case
Youth Division
1st - Austin Case
2nd - Michael Gonzales
3rd - Henry Hankins
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2019 Championship matches

Check out CCTV's coverage of the 2019 tournament including youth and competitive division championship matches.

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Youth Division

1st - Austin Case 2nd - Michael Gonzales 3rd - Henry Hankins