1ST ANNUAL COLORADO CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT

You’re Invited!

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DATE: Tuesday, September 1, 2015 | VENUE: Vail Golf Club | REGISTRATION: http://cogolf.highfivesfoundation.org/

• Questions: Steve@highfivesfoundation.com | (530) 587-4453

• Sponsorships: Roy@highfivesfoundation.com | (802) 522-9838

Join the High Fives Non-Profit Foundation at the Vail Golf Club on Tuesday, September 1, 2015 for the 1st Annual High Fives Foundation Colorado Charity Golf Tournament presented by Phunkshun Wear. The tournament is a fundraising event to strengthen the Foundation’s Empowerment Fund, which provides grant assistance to injured winter action sports athletes.

To date, the Empowerment Fund has assisted 85 athletes from 20 states in eight respective funding categories which include: living expenses, insurance, travel, health, healing network, adaptive equipment, winter equipment, programs and stoke (positive energy, outlook and attitude).

The cost to participate in the tournament is $500 per team of four, or $150 per solo golfer. All proceeds will go to the High Fives Foundation to facilitate the recovery process of injured winter action sports athletes. If you would like to register a team, please visit the tournament website atwww.cogolf.highfivesfoundation.org. This event is limited to 34 teams.

“I am excited to work with an organization that is very close to me on this fun-filled event,” said Jay Badgley, Owner of Phunkshun Wear. “I’ve attended High Fives Foundation tournaments in Tahoe and there is so much positive energy at the events! I am excited to pass that energy on to my stomping grounds in Colorado!”

The 1st Annual High Fives Colorado Charity Golf Tournament at Vail Golf Club will begin at 10:00am with player registration. Lunch from will be served at 11:00am, and a “Break the Butcher Paper” competition will begin at 11:15am, where golfers will attempt to rip a sheet of butcher paper by hitting golf balls at it from a challenging distance. Following the “Break the Butcher Paper” competition, High Fives Foundation Co-Founder and Executive Director, Roy Tuscany will then lead into announcements at 11:50am and at 12:15pm a group photo will be taken to celebrate this special day. At 12:30pm, teams of four will hit the fairways of the Vail Golf Club and work together in a scramble format attempting to win amazing prizes from a list of great sponsors.

While on the course, players will have the chance to participate in many on course challenges (including closest to the pin, long drive and a putting contest) to win additional prizing. After competitors have completed their round of golf, the tournament will end with a putting contest followed by awards, a silent auction and a catered dinner from 5:30-8:30pm.

Event Information:

• Date: Tuesday, September 1, 2015

• Location: Vail Golf Club (1778 Vail Valley Drive, Vail, CO)

• Cost: $500/Team ($125 Per Team Member) and $150/Single Golfer (Without a Team)

• Tournament Includes: 18 holes of golf at the Vail Golf Club, golf shirt and a catered dinner

• Tournament Format: Four Man Scramble

o 10:00am | Registration
o 11:00am | Lunch
o 11:15am | Break the Butcher Paper Contest
o 11:50am | Announcements
o 12:15pm | Group Photo
o 12:30pm: Shotgun Start
o Post Tournament: Putting contest finals, dinner and a silent auction and awards

• Questions: Steve@highfivesfoundation.com | (530) 587-4453

• Sponsorships: Roy@highfivesfoundation.com | (802) 522-9838

LOCAL CONTACTS:

-Jason Badgley: Jay@phunkshunwear.com | (970) 819-0307
-Derek Pappas: D.pappas@comcast.net | (970) 390-2815
-Beth Pappas: Bpappas@vailrec.com | (970) 471-5352

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About the High Fives Non-Profit Foundation: High Fives Foundation is a Tahoe-based, national 501.c.3 non-profit organization The High Fives Foundation supports the dreams of mountain action sports athletes by raising injury prevention awareness while providing resources and inspiration to those who suffer life-altering injuries. Formed as a way to “pay-it-forward” by the founder from his own recovery to help injured athletes, the Foundation has helped 85 athletes from 20 states to date since its inception in 2009, more information visit www.highfivesfoundation.org.

About the Vail Golf Club: Highlighted by views of the Gore Mountain Range, Vail’s mountain-style, 18-hole course features unique fairways, smooth putting surfaces and a scenic layout amidst the White River National Forest.The fairways are tree-lined and generally flat, but numerous greenside and fairway bunkers, as well as beaver ponds, will test a golfer’s accuracy. Vail’s course features 7,024 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. www.vailrec.com/vail-golf-club

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