September 21st Lunch with Deion Branch and Friends. Come join Deion Branch and other players at Jillian's Billiards from 11am to 3pm. 20% of all sales will be donated to Meningitis of America. Deion and friends will also be signing autographs for a $5.00 donation to MFA.
The Charit-A-Bowl will take place on September 27th at the Sun Villa Bowling Alley in Bellevue, Washington. For $250.00, you and four friends can create a 5-person team and will have the opportunity to play three games with one of the Seattle Seahawks or another celebrity. Individual Tickets cost $50.00 each. Tickets include dinner and three games of bowling. Spectator tickets cost $25.00 each for adults and $20.00 each for children under 18 years of age. Ticket purchase includes entry to the event and attendance at the autograph sessions.
A live player auction will take place at the beginning of the night to determine which celebrity will bowl with which group. A silent auction will also be ongoing throughout the evening.
Sponsorships are available for the cost of $1000.00 per lane. Title sponsorship is currently available for $5000.00. Sponsorship will allow any individual or organization to publicly show dedication and support for a vital and meaningful cause.
Updated Guest List: Deion Branch, Matt Hasselbeck, Houshmandzadeh, T.J., Golden Tate, Justin Forsett, Will Herring, David Hawthorne, Colin Cole, Marcus Trufant, Aaron Curry, Jamar Adams, Babineaux, Jordan, Ganther, Quinton,Jennings, Kelly, Jones, Julius, Lewis, Roy,Martin, Ruvell, Mebane, Brandon, Milloy, Lawyer, Obomanu, Ben, Okung, Russell, Tatupu, Lofa, Thomas, Earl, Williams, Mike, Washington, Leon, Whitehurst, Charlie, and more to come.
Also attending Keith and Monte Colburn from the "Wizard" off the Deadliest Catch.
More Guests added daily. Tickets are still available but selling fast.
For more information, please contact Brock Hillman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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