The Marshall University Foundation, in collaboration with the Greenbrier Classic Tournament and select retail partners, is sponsoring a drawing for Greenbrier Classic alumni badges, with proceeds benefiting scholarships at Marshall.
“We appreciate the generosity of Mr. Jim Justice and The Greenbrier Classic in providing the Marshall University Foundation with Alumni Badges to help raise funds for scholarships at Marshall. With the philanthropic focus of the Badges for Charity Program, the economic impact of the tournament is felt throughout West Virginia,” said Rebecca Randolph, assistant vice president of development.
Ticket sales for the drawing are underway and conclude on Sunday, April 17. They are $1 each and are available at the following locations:
Fat Patty’s in Huntington and Barboursville
Fifth Third Bank, West Virginia and eastern Kentucky branch locations
Hometown Sportswear in Barboursville
MacReedo’s in Huntington
Marshall Hall of Fame Café in Huntington
Shoop’s in Huntington
Sport Mart in Charleston
The winners will be selected and announced at 10:30 a.m. Friday, April 22, at the Marshall University Foundation Hall.
Alumni badge packages for two, valued at $990, include:
Grounds passes for the duration of the tournament
Access to special hospitality areas with air conditioning, upgraded restroom facilities, flat screen televisions to watch all the tournament action, complimentary dry snacks and nonalcoholic beverages (Monday and Tuesday)
The above, plus unlimited tailgate-style food and nonalcoholic beverages (Wednesday and Sunday)
Special appearances by Marshall University coaches and alumni athletes
Tickets to the Greenbrier Classic Concert Series, headlined by two of country music’s biggest stars, Tim McGraw and Keith Urban
The Greenbrier Classic, which debuted last summer, is a PGA Tour event that takes place July 25-31 at the Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.
More information is available by calling 304-767-5189 or visiting www.marshall.edu/wingolf.
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