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Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation's Golf Classic presented by First Communications set for September 12 at Double Eagle Club

by Blue Jackets Staff / Columbus Blue Jackets

Reservations accepted now for golf classic to benefit hockey club’s charitable foundation - NFL Hall of Famer Anthony Muñoz participating as special guest golfer

COLUMBUS, OH - The Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation Golf Classic presented by First Communications, the Foundation’s largest fundraising event of the season, is set for Wednesday, September 12 at the exclusive Double Eagle Club. Attendees will have the opportunity to golf with Blue Jackets celebrities, broadcast personalities or special guest, former Cincinnati Bengals great Anthony Muñoz, in support of the Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation. Proceeds raised from this event will be distributed to local non-profit organizations that support of the Foundation’s four main pillars of giving: pediatric cancer; children’s health and safety; education; and the development of youth and amateur hockey.

The tournament includes a draft party luncheon in which guests may bid to golf with their favorite celebrity; golf cart and greens fees; dinner and awards banquet presented by Huntington; and an exclusive Blue Jackets gift package. The cost per foursome is $8,000 or $2,000 per individual. Each foursome will be paired up with a Blue Jackets player. The Draft Party Luncheon begins at 11 a.m. followed by a shotgun start at noon. The overall winning foursome will have the honor of having their names etched on the Foundation Golf Cup that is housed and displayed in Nationwide Arena.

To reserve a foursome or an individual spot in this special outing, call (614) 246-4156 or e-mail cbjfoundation@BlueJackets.com. Space is limited with remaining reservations available on a first-come, first-served basis.

The Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation is dedicated to utilizing the unique resources of its professional athletes and coaches to improve the quality of life throughout the community. Since its inception in 2000, the Foundation has awarded more than $1.5 million in grants in support of local non-profit organizations that serve the Foundation’s pillars of giving.

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