WrestleMania arrives early for Houston kids
Houston teens got the chance of a lifetime to participate in a "Trivia SmackDown" with Beth Phoenix and Super Crazy this past weekend and win tickets to WrestleMania XXV at Reliant Stadium on April 5. It was all part of the Houston Public Library's Back-to-School Bash at the downtown Central Library. Presented by Wells Fargo, the inaugural event also included family entertainment on several floors of the newly renovated library.
Houston Chronicle columnist and wrestling aficionado Ken Hoffman was the guest referee. The four winners from the trivia contest received a Wells Fargo and WWE gift pack, along with two tickets to WrestleMania XXV. After the event, The Glamazon and Super Crazy signed copies of the new WWE Kids magazine for the hundreds in attendance. The Back-to-School Bash was held to celebrate the end of summer and the successful Houston Public Library Summer Reading Program. The Houston Public Library will host the national WrestleMania Reading Challenge Finals next year on Aug. 4. The WrestleMania Reading Challenge will kick-off during national Teen Read Week, October 12-18, and is open to students in grades 5 through 12.