Antonio Gates & Teammates to Gather at 2012 Shoot to Cure HD to End Huntington’s Disease

Date/Time

Jun 15, 2012

Description

 

The San Diego chapter of the Huntington’s Disease Society of America is teaming with Antonio Gates and the San Diego Chargers to host the 11th annual Shoot to Cure HD, with all proceeds benefitting Huntington’s Disease research and education. Known as “one of the best parties of the summer”, participants will have a chance to compete in a unique speed-free-throw competition, win prizes, enjoy auction opportunities, mingle with Chargers players and, tour the team locker room, weight room and meeting rooms.

Thanks to the support of local companies like Qualcomm and Cymer, Shoot to Cure HD is an opportunity for fans and community members to unite in a day not only of fun, competition, and great local eats, but to also help end a debilitating disease that affects thousands of Americans.

To sign up, please visit www.hdsa.org/events/11440/register.html.

Cost

$125-1000

Location

View map Chargers Park
4020 Murphy Canyon Road
San Diego, CA

Additional Information

Sponsor

Huntington's Disease Society of America & the San Diego Chargers

Phone

858-202-2331

Contact name

Jim Stone

Contact email

jstone@financialguide.com

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