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Tee It Up for the Troops

We cordially invite you to join us for the inaugural Tee It Up for the Troops golf event at Colorado Golf Club on Monday, October 12th, 2020. This event will honor all U.S. military service members, and will support those who have been wounded in the defense of our freedom. You will have the opportunity to personally show your gratitude and appreciation for the sacrifices made by these brave men and women, while enjoying an event that will certainly touch the hearts of all those in attendance. Attendees will include fellow patriots, wounded warriors, generous sponsors, and volunteers.

This exciting day will include a patriotic opening ceremony, a great day of golf, a post-event luncheon, and camaraderie with some of our amazing veterans. We encourage you to participate in this great cause by selecting a sponsorship option from the many opportunities offered.

Proceeds of this event will benefit Tee It Up for the Troops and locally, Sentinels of Freedom. Tee It Up for the Troops mission is to honor, remember, respect, and support all those who serve(d) in the armed forces for our nation. Tee It Up for the Troops inspires communities across the country to host fundraising golf events that have generated over $10,000,000 in support of veterans and their families in the areas of: PTSD/Traumatic Brain Injury Support, Suicide Prevention, Homelessness, Education, Employment, Family and Caregiver support, and Golf and Sports Rehabilitation.

The local beneficiary is Sentinels of Freedom. Their mission is to provide severely wounded post-9/11 veterans with comprehensive personal support and financial assistance as they complete their higher education and achieve success in their post-military careers. Sentinels of Freedom provides support to program participants, called “Sentinels” in honor of their sacrifice in guarding American freedoms, in the areas of housing and living subsidies, financial coaching and mentoring, career transition assistance, networking opportunities, and more.

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