Worcestor Tornadoes Facing Legal Action Over Debts Owed

The indy pro Worcester Tornadoes (Can-Am League) were scheduled to be in court Thursday to respond to a claim for money owed for uniforms and promotional materials, but the hearing was postponed.  The vendor is seeking a court order to seize the team’s inventory, including uniforms, equipment and office furniture, if they don’t get paid.  On Monday, the game was delayed by a cleaning vendor that showed up at the park with an order allowing them to seize assets, but the league stepped in to cover the vendor’s bill.  The Tornadoes reportedly still owe the city for police and fire services rendered.  Read more here.  Thanks to John Cerone for the story.

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One response to “Worcestor Tornadoes Facing Legal Action Over Debts Owed

  1. in the know

    Looks like another possible addition to the Futures Collegiate League.

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