A BROAD SPECTRUM OF GIVING BACK
As an entity that associates with people on a daily basis, it’s just important to get involved in the community as it is to operate in a “professional” manner. Here at Broad Spectrum Sports, we see giving back to positive causal efforts as part of our social and ethical responsibility.
We like to call it a “Broad Spectrum of Giving Back”. As a business, group, or person, there are always ways to give back and contribute to efforts, causes, or movements you believe in.
Listed below is a description of the first ever charity event hosted and powered by Broad Spectrum Sports. 100% of the proceeds raised will go to directly to the Relay for Life movement and the American Cancer Society. Check out the details for further event information and the various ways to sponsor/donate to the event.
UPDATE: There was a remarkable turnout for the 1st Annual Holiday Relay at Rizzo! Over 225 people enjoyed the ice skating, charity auction, food and family fun festivities at Rizzo Rink in South Philadelphia. The best part?
OVER $4,000 was raised at the event, with 100% of those proceeds going towards Relay for Life in South Philadelphia and the American Cancer Society.
Stay tuned for an album of all the event photos!
WHAT: The 1st Annual Holiday Ice Skate in South Philadelphia. 100% of all proceeds go to Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society. Brought to you by Relay for Life Philly and Broad Spectrum Sports.
WHEN: Saturday, December 22nd, 2012 from 7:30-9:30pm
WHERE: Rizzo Rink, 1001 South Front Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147
TICKETS: There will be a LIMITED NUMBER of tickets for sale (due to safety restrictions and venue capacity).
150 total tickets for an “Ice Pass and Event Entry”
$20: Includes entry, skate rental, two hours of skating t-shirt, provided “meal”, and 5 basket auction tickets
100 total tickets for the “Spectator Pass and Event Entry”
$10 each: Includes entry, t-shirt, 10 basket auction tickets
For ticket inquiries, event details, & additional donation options, please contact:
Rob Giannone at (215) 264-4691 or email@example.com
Jillian Hundzynski at (215) 687-1494 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The winter holiday season is a time to be spent with family, friends, and loved ones. It’s an opportunity to unwind from the hustle and bustle of every day life at the end of every year; time for self reflection of the year gone past and the look towards what lies ahead.
While the holiday tradition exists in almost every city and culture around the globe, it has a certain aura and special place right within the confines of South Philadelphia.
Philadelphia is a blue-collar city filled with a vast diversity of people and culture. We wear our hearts on our sleeves and take pride in our families, our neighborhoods, our work, our city, and ourselves.
Relay For Life and the American Cancer Society is an incredible organization with chapters existing all across the nation. The local Philadelphia Chapter is staffed with some of the most dedicated, hardworking, and genuine individuals that are always looking for ways to make a difference, involve the community, and give back to the causes they support through unique fundraising and causal event opportunities.
This holiday season, the Philadelphia Relay For Life chapter is teaming up with Broad Spectrum Sports, Philadelphia’s Most Comprehensive Sports Entertainment Network, to bring a fun, holiday themed event to the people of South Philadelphia in one of the areas most beloved venues.
The 1st Annual “Holiday Relay at Rizzo” in South Philly will be held at the oldest and proudest ice rink in Philadelphia: Rizzo Rink.
On Saturday, December 22nd from 7:30-9:30pm, Rizzo Rink will be transformed into a festive ice skate for families, friends, and loved ones right in our own backyard.
There will be a limited number of tickets available to the event due to the size of the venue, but there are several opportunities to get involved, whether or not you can make it on that day!
Two types of entry tickets will be pre-sold to the “Holiday Relay at Rizzo”. One for those who be lacing up the skates to get on the ice, and one for those who will be spectating, supervising, or simply enjoying the activities off the frozen surface.