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May 22, 2013
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Beaver Creek golf tourney to benefit Can Do Multiple Sclerosis

EDWARDS — Beaver Creek Resort Co. has selected Can Do MS as the beneficiary of its second annual Cut and Slice Golf Event presented by US Bank, to be held on Monday at the Beaver Creek Golf Club from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Golfers also will enjoy barbecue and craft beers from Crazy Mountain Brewery and Breckenridge Brewery around the course. Tickets are $100 per person which includes greens fee, golf cart, practice balls, tee gift and barbecue and beer on the course. Net proceeds from the event will be donated to Can Do MS’s lifestyle empowerment programs for people living with MS and their support partners.

New this year, golfers will have a chance to win amazing prizes for the longest drive, closest to the pin and a hole-in-one challenge. After the golf tournament, Can Do MS will also host a raffle during the awards party at The Rendezvous Club. Participants can purchase tickets to win a variety of prizes including local jewelry, spa gift certificates, sporting goods, fine wine and beer. Raffle tickets will be available before and after the golf event for $20 (ten tickets) and $10 (five tickets).

“We are honored to be selected as the beneficiary for the 2013 Cut and Slice Golf Event for the second year in a row. Beaver Creek’s support validates all the hard work we’re doing in our community to raise awareness of multiple sclerosis and to provide programs and education to people living with MS.” said Heidi A. Heltzel, president and CEO of Can Do MS.

Reservations can be made by calling the Beaver Creek Golf Club at 970-754-6212, emailing dlopez@vailresorts.com or purchasing tickets online at www.beavercreek.com.

For more information, contact Scott Robinson at Can Do MS 970-926-1277 or email srobinson@mscando.org.


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