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The 1st Annual Lacrosse Championship Challenge

Editor’s note: Please join us in supporting the Casey Powell World Lacrosse Foundation by participating in the 1st Annual Lacrosse Championship Challenge this May.

Casey Powell Lacrosse Championship Challenge

Dear Friends and Fellow Lacrosse Supporters,

The little tournament that takes place in March is cute, but we all know the real Madness unfolds on lacrosse fields in May en route to crowning a national champion on Memorial Day. This year, to capture the excitement and raise money for a great cause, I have partnered with Gameraisr to present the 1st Annual Casey Powell Lacrosse Championship Challenge.

Your promotional consideration would be greatly appreciated.

Once the brackets are confirmed following Sunday night’s selection show, participants simply register to play, choose their teams, make their donation and then enjoy the action. Over $3,000 in great prizes will be awarded to the Top 10 finishers!

Players can access the game by clicking here, and registration will be open until tournament play begins Saturday, May 13.

The Lacrosse Championship Challenge has been set up to support the Casey Powell World Lacrosse Foundation, a 501(c)3 non profit created to support sick and severely injured lacrosse players and their families. All participants will receive confirmation of their tax deductible donation.

I have been blessed to enjoy amazing experiences thanks to lacrosse and the remarkable community that is unique to our sport. But I have found no success on the field to be as satisfying as offering support and encouragement to our brothers and sisters when they need it most.

Thank you for helping me continue this mission by playing The Lacrosse Championship Challenge!

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