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DC Sports Teams Adorn Metro.

          Under the tagline“Politics isn’t the only sport in town,” Events DC is highlighting the accomplishments of the Washington Nationals, D.C. United and the Washington Kastles with a poster on Metrobuses in Washington, D.C. as they prepare for their 2013 seasons.

“Washington, D.C.’s professional sports teams are enjoying a resurgence in recent months including exciting playoff appearances by the Washington Nationals and D.C. United, and back-to-back World Team Tennis championships for the Washington Kastles,” said Erik A. Moses, managing director of Events DC’s Sports and Entertainment Division. “The city is certainly known for politics and government, but our sports teams have garnered a fair share of the national spotlight over the last year. We wanted to celebrate the successes in a light-hearted way.”

NatsFest set for Noon-4 p.m. at Walter E. Washington Convention Center Saturday! 

With spring training set to open next month, the Washington Nationals are hostingNatsFest for the first time at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center this Saturday. NatsFest includes interactive games and activities, autograph and photo sessions, exclusive events for kids and panels and discussions. General admission tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children. Tickets are available at
Fresh off an appearance in the Major League Soccer Eastern Conference Finals, D.C. United began practice last week, and will host Real Salt Lake in their home opener at RFK Stadium on March 9. Tickets are available via

The Washington Kastles won their third WTT title in four years, and are currently on a 32-match winning streak.
Catch DC sports teams ads now through mid-February.