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Contact: Alex Paris
Tel. (214) 868-0807
2012 BAYLOR STAR QUARTERBACK AND ALUM, NICK FLORENCE TO PLAY IN CHARI-TEE OFF GOLF TOURNAMENT FOR A CAUSE CLOSE TO HIS HEART
September 2013 (Dallas, Texas) – Nick Florence, 2012 star Baylor Quarterback and alum has signed on to play in the Chari-Tee Off Golf Tournament to be played on September 27th in Wylie, Texas. The tournament is being put on by Chari-T2000, a non-profit dedicated to providing kids with special needs therapy equipment they need for a successful rehabilitation. Nick has a long history of giving back to his community. The cause is particularly close to his heart as he has a niece, Elle, with special needs that receives therapy. Nick knows first-hand how the right therapy equipment and services can impact a child and help them reach their full potential.
The Chari-T2000 tournament is being held at Woodbridge Golf Club in Wylie, Texas on September 27th. Woodbridge Golf Club is a beautiful 18-hole championship golf course and home to the Northern Texas PGA. Registration will start at 11:30 and play begins at 1 PM. Great prizes for first, second and third place will be awarded and well as fun contests. Dinner a dinner catered by Celebration, voted Dallas’ #1 comfort food restaurant, will follow the tournament.
Spots are still available to play in the tournament benefitting kids in need of therapy equipment and services at http://charit2000.wpengine.com/chari-tee-off/. Cost is $125 for a single player and $500 for a four-man team.
ABOUT CHARI-T2000- Improving lives is our mission.
Chari-T2000’s mission is to assist Texas children (birth–21) with developmental and medical needs obtain the services and equipment they need to make progress and reach their full potential. For many families with children receiving rehabilitative services, obtaining necessary medical services or equipment is extremely difficult. There are often insurance limitations that make funding these important items challenging. Chari-T2000 was created to bridge the gap when it is not financially feasible for families to provide these tools and no other funding source is available. This year they have provided four van with wheelchair lifts for kids so they can live fuller lives in their community. Established in 2010, Chari-T2000 was created by North Texas agencies that serve children with disabilities to give back to the families they service.
For more information on the Chari-T2000 golf tournament or for media requests, please contact:
Tel. (214) 868-0807