SkeeBall Tournament with Cory & Alison Burell and Friends

Nov 5
Hosted by:ALS Therapy Development I...
When:
November 5, 2017 at 2:00pm to
Where:
Lincoln Brewing & Distilling map 6471 Triangle Plantation Dr #106 Raleigh, NC 27616
Contact:
Goal: $5,000
$6,798 4 136% Complete

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SkeeBall Tournament with Cory & Alison Burell and Friends

Sunday, November 5 at Lincoln Brewery

Doors open from Noon

Singles SkeeBall starts at 2.00PM. Tickets are $25 per person

Team SkeeBall starts at 3.30PM. Tickets are $50 per team of two

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Please come join us for a few laughs, a few beers, some Sunday NFL football and “very serious” SkeeBall competition!

ALS TDI Merchandise will be on sale.
Food and cold beer will be available.

Sign up as a team or as an individual. Team Uniforms are strongly advised!!

All proceeds benefit the ALS Therapy Development Institute (ALS TDI), the world's foremost drug discovery center focused solely on ALS. Their cutting edge approach has resulted in the identification of AT-1501, a promising treatment for ALS. AT-1501 will not make it into clinical trials without vital funding. This is where you can help. Buy your tickets now and help us to #endALS.

Cory is 34 years old and was diagnosed in February of 2017 with familial ALS.  His dad passed from ALS when Cory was 12. He has 2 little boys and married the love of his life in 2014, Alison. Together they live in Wake Forest, North Carolina. Cory grew up in Argyle, Texas, attended East Carolina University and works for Cooper in Raleigh as the Director of Preconstruction. They love the outdoors, boating and fishing and spending family time together. Cory was just recently accepted into the NP001 trial at Duke University, which will run through the end of November.  He desperately wanted to ride the ALS TDI's Tri-State Trek this year using an electric bike, but time wouldn’t allow them to get away. Cory says to “take 5 seconds to ask others to share info on ALS” and to “take 5 to donate to ALS TDI”. He also says that he is offering up free hugs to those who help to develop awareness for research.


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