Nashville, Tenn. (September 13, 2016) – For the sixth consecutive year, the Nashville Predators Foundation and Peterson Foundation for Parkinson’s will host the First Tennessee Brent Peterson Golf Classic and First Tennessee Petey’s Preds Party to support the community work of both foundations. Held on Sept. 19 (Golf Classic) and Sept. 20 (Petey’s Party), the events are highlighted by interaction with Nashville Predators players and celebrities from around sports and entertainment, including Preds Alum Sebastien Bordeleau, Nashville songwriter Kelley Lovelace and MTSU Head Basketball coach Kermit Davis.
The event kicks off Monday morning at Vanderbilt Legends Club, South Course with the First Tennessee Brent Peterson Golf Classic. Foursomes in both the morning and afternoon waves at the Classic are paired with a celebrity golfer and treated to food and beverages on the course, in addition to an awards ceremony following each wave.
The following evening at 5:30 p.m. (CT) is the First Tennessee Petey’s Preds Party at Bridgestone Arena, a party that includes an elegant dinner buffet, dessert, soda, beer and wine. Entertaining the crowd at Tuesday’s event will be Ryan Hamilton, one of Rolling Stone's Five Comics to Watch. In addition, the evening’s event will feature a world-class auction featuring one-of-a-kind experiences and premier autographed memorabilia from the sports and entertainment industry.
Packages that include both Petey’s Preds Party and the Celebrity Golf Classic start at $675 for one person; individual tickets for Petey’s Preds Party begin at $125. For more information about available ticket packages, sponsorship opportunities or to purchase tickets and golf foursomes, please call (615) 770-2331 or visit NashvillePredators.com/golf.
About Peterson Foundation for Parkinson's:
The mission of Peterson Foundation for Parkinson’s is to educate and raise awareness of the devastating effects of Parkinson’s disease. Peterson Foundation for Parkinson’s raises funds to benefit Parkinson’s related research, education and support groups in the Middle Tennessee area, as well as internationally. For more information on the Peterson Foundation for Parkinson’s, visit PetersonForParkinsons.org.
About the Nashville Predators Foundation:
The Nashville Predators recognize they play an important role in the community beyond what takes place on the ice. Established in September 1998, the Predators Foundation strives to meet the educational, social, health and cultural needs of the community by offering unique resources and financial support to local youth-oriented organizations, awarding more than $5 million to the greater Nashville community. Between grants and other charitable donations, such as player ticket programs and fund-raising efforts, the Foundation donated nearly $1 million in cash to community organizations during the 2015-16 season. To learn more, visit NashvillePredators.com/foundation.