East Hampton Pro/Am Tennis Invitational Benefiting the Prostate Cancer Foundation
East Hampton, New York; August 7, 2007: The 3rd Annual East Hampton Pro/Am Tennis Invitational benefiting the Prostate Cancer Foundation is scheduled to take place over the weekend of August 18th and 19th at the prestigious East Hampton Indoor/Outdoor Tennis Facility in East Hampton, NY. The Prostate Cancer Foundation holds two tennis events yearly that take place in Palm Beach, Florida and East Hampton, NY which collectively have raised over $9,000,000 for the foundation which was founded by Michael Milken in 1989, and is the world’s largest source of philanthropic support for prostate cancer research.
The event will feature 20 professional and 20 amateur tennis players and attracts hundreds of spectators. The event has had a host of legendary players such as Chris Evert, Jimmy Connors, Todd Martin, Luke and Murphy Jensen, Mats Wilander, Stan Smith, Aaron Krickstein, and Bob and Mike Bryan. The event pairs the professional players up with some of today’s biggest business leaders and entrepreneurs from around the world.
Sponsorship partners include: Movado, Thorlo Socks, Vitamin/Smart Water, Menaji Men’s Skin Care, Sirius Satellite Radio, Vitamin Shoppe and many others who share in their support in helping the Prostate Cancer Foundation find better treatments and a cure for recurrent prostate cancer.
Entrance into this year’s event is free for the public and will feature celebrity appearances, silent auction and sponsorship vendor booths.
VP Donor Relations (Prostate Cancer Foundation)
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