Colorado Neurological Institute
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
15th Annual CNI Golf Classic to be Held at Bear Dance to Benefit Patients
This annual tournament raises funds and awareness for individuals facing neurological conditions.
On Monday, July 14th, Colorado Neurological Institute (CNI) will hold the 15th Annual Golf Classic at the Golf Club at Bear Dance to support individuals facing neurological conditions such as stroke, brain and spinal tumor, head pain, Parkinson’s Disease, multiple sclerosis and many others.
The tournament will include: 18-hole four person scramble format, longest drive, closest to the pin, putting contest, breakfast, lunch, range balls, cart, optional mulligan’s and prizes.
Last year’s tournament raised more than $40,000. Without fundraisers such as the CNI Golf Classic, CNI would not be able to offer a resource center for individuals facing neurological conditions. CNI’s tournament players are community partners, patients and golf enthusiasts. Each of them serves as an ambassador and storyteller for the organization.
Since 1988, CNI has been providing research, patient services and education for individuals facing neurological conditions. CNI is the only nonprofit organization of its kind, offering patients easy access to comprehensive, state-of-the-art care, support services, clinical trials, outpatient neuro-rehab, counseling and more.
“Let’s go out there and have a blast raising money for people with neurological conditions. Bear Dance is the best public course in the state. I can’t think of a better course to play for such a worthy cause.” – Betsy Mathies, Event Chair, Individual with Parkinson’s
Player registration is $250 and $1000 for a foursome. Sponsorship and donation opportunities are also available. For more details, please contact Nancy Miller at 303-806-7415 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Colorado Neurological Institute
Colorado Neurological Institute (CNI) has been providing research, education and patient services for persons with neurological conditions and their caregivers since 1988. As the only nonprofit organization in the Rocky Mountain Region of its kind, CNI offer patients easy access to comprehensive, state-of-the-art care, support services, clinical trials, outpatient neuro-rehab, counseling and more. Learn more at www.thecni.org.