The mid-afternoon Disc Golf Company Challenge will provide a fun and socially competitive way for local companies and their employees to be active in the community while their team competes for bragging rights, the BTL “Kings of the Office” traveling trophy and great prizes to take back to their company. Celebrity guests are also expected to participate on the course. Later that night, participants join the other Beyond the Lights guests, celebrities and golfers for the evening Gala.
“Since we started this a few years ago we’ve seen these charities do great things for those with spinal cord injuries”, said Kyle Chandler. Co-Host, Brad Leland added, “We named our event ‘Beyond the Lights’ because we wanted it to continue and have an impact after the TV show was over. Support from the community for our efforts has been so amazing that we’re psyched about reaching our 5th year and creating another memorable event for such a worthy cause.”
For more info, visit www.beyondthelights.org or call 323-359-3599.
ABOUT DISC NATION: Disc Nation, The Original Disc Golf Superstore, is a leader in online disc golf retailing, offering the broadest selection of disc sports products available anywhere. Headquartered in Austin, Texas Disc Nation opened its first retail location in 2006 on Slaughter Lane based on the success of their internet and mail-order business. For more information about Disc Nation, visit their website at www.discnation.com.
ABOUT THE GRIDIRON HEROES: The Gridiron Heroes Spinal Cord Injury Foundation is a Central Texas-based organization that provides resources and support to injured high school athletes (predominantly football) and their families. For more information, visit their website at www.gridironheroes.org.
ABOUT THE BUONICONTI FUND: The Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis is the fundraising arm of The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis, the most comprehensive spinal cord research facility in the world, founded in 1985 by NFL Hall of Famer Nick Buoniconti after his son, Marc, suffered a life-changing spinal cord injury playing college football. For more information, visit their website at www.themiamiproject.org..