Los Angeles Organization of Ultimate Teams

Morrisfest 2016

Jul 5th, 2016 | By | Category: Tournaments

Morrisfest is back and looking to be better than ever! After a wonderful turnout to show support in 2015, the fat cat is strolling back out to Belmont Shore (between the parking lot and Granada Ave) to raise money for the CMTA Star Research Program. While Tara is unable to host it this year, she has allowed for me to take over and continue on with raising money for the program. With how well we did last year, let’s continue on with this FUNdraising tournament and hopefully bring more support to those affected by Charcot-Marie-Tooth.

Location: Granada Beach (Between Granada Ave and the Parking Lot)
Dates: September 24th&25th, 2016

Team Bids:
$280 for a team of 10+ for normal registration
$300 for a team of 10+ for late registration
*Those interested in being Team Captains please let me know*

To pay, email me or pay via Paypal at Charles.Naurath@gmail.com.

Registration Deadlines
Normal Registration by September 2nd
Late registration by September 16th (A WEEK BEFORE THE TOURNAMENT)

Details of Tournament:
-4v4 with a 3:1 or 2:2 ratio
-Pool Play on Saturday/Bracket Play on Sunday

To help raise money, there will be prizes being raffled off including but not limited to:
A Spikeball set
A massage and relaxing bath set for two
Ultimate gear (expected to include a hat, cones, a disc, and some gloves… possibly more…)
And more!

The Saturday party location is to be determined but hoping to get Legends on board. Stay tuned for more!

Proceeds will go towards the CMTA Star Research Program, which was launched as a strategic research program to maximize breakthroughs in genetics and dramatically speed up the pace of CMT research through community fundraisers!

**Charcot-Marie-Tooth disorder is a slowly progressive peripheral neuropathy that results in muscle atrophy and sensory loss in the arms and legs. It also causes chronic pain. Many people have never heard of CMT, but it is actually the most common type of inherited peripheral neuropathy, affecting one in 2,500 people. That means that almost 200 people in the Long Beach community have it and many of them don’t even know it.
Learn more at cmtausa.org

If you have any questions, hit me up and I will respond as soon as possible.

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