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MUSC to host Kickball Tourney to benefit Brain Tumor Action Month

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To date, there are No Cures for malignant brain tumors. The MUSC Brain & Spine Tumor Program aims to change that fact: May is nationally recognized as Brain Tumor Awareness Month.

In honor of Brain Tumor Awareness Month, the MUSC Brain & Spine Tumor Program takes ACTION to raise awareness in our local community about brain tumors and the need for research funding by hosting several events throughout the month - this is why we call our awareness campaign: MUSC Brain Tumor Action Month!

All funds raised through MUSC Brain Tumor Action Month events and activities will go directly to the MUSC Foundation brain tumor research fund, a 501c3 charity. These funds ensure that MUSC can continue to bring the most innovative and promising treatments to its patients through participation in world-class clinical trials and research that improves the lives of those with central nervous system tumors.

One of our many events for MUSC Brain Tumor Action Month is our Kickball Tournament to Kick Brain Cancer!

WHEN: Saturday, May 4th at 11am

WHERE: 388 Nassau Street, Charleston SC

WHO: Hosted by the MUSC Brain & Spine Tumor Program   

WHAT: Help us kick brain cancer by participating in the 1st Annual kickball tournament hosted by MUSC Brain & Spine Tumor Program AND the Charleston Sports & Social Club (CSSC). All proceeds from this event will go directly to the MUSC Foundation Brain Tumor Research Fund, a 501c3 charity.

Team Registration cost: $250 per team, with a 10 person minimum per team
The winning team will receive gift cards to some of your favorite Charleston restaurants & bars with a total value of over $250! 2nd place team will also be awarded prizes!

There are 2 options to register your team:  Register online through Etix or Contact Sarah Denham: denhams@musc.edu or 843-792-9483. DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION is Friday, May 3rd by 6pm!!!

Don't miss the Official After Party at The Royal American! Players will be treated to a special recipe of The Royal American's punch, made exclusively for our participants at HALF PRICE! Served in a 32 oz. stadium cup that is yours to keep.

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