Maker of the World’s Most Intelligent Dose-Control Vaporizer Teams Up With The Clinic to Boost Multiple Sclerosis Research
Press Release – DENVER—On-the-rise health technology company GoFire is putting its stamp on MS awareness by teeing up a lead role in this week’s 9th Annual Clinic Charity Classic Golf Tournament as the marquee Double Eagle Sponsor. All proceeds benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Colorado-Wyoming Chapter and the Rocky Mountain MS Center. The daylong event takes place Friday, Aug. 10, at Arrowhead Golf Club in Littleton.
“The Clinic Charity Classic is a always a blast, and it benefits an important cause that means a great deal to GoFire,” said Peter Calfee, GoFire Co-Founder & CEO. “We need to do everything we can to improve the quality of life for MS patients and further research to solve this debilitating disease.”
The GoFire team is committed to helping patients take control of their medicine and supports further research on the therapeutic benefits of alternative medicines that could relieve suffering when standard pharmaceuticals haven’t worked. That’s why GoFire is backing up The Clinic in its efforts to benefit the lives of MS patients in need, and to help spread awareness of the work that the National MS Society and the Rocky Mountain MS Center are doing for those affected by this disease.
The 9th Annual Charity Classic Golf Tournament will be conducted in a modified scramble format that emphasizes fun competition, allowing players of all abilities and experience levels to contribute to the team’s success and helping to speed along play.
Golfer registration for this year’s Tournament is $500 per player, or $2,000 per foursome. The registration fee includes transportation, breakfast, lunch, dinner, 18 holes of golf with cart, open practice range and a golfer gift bag. Several complimentary beverage carts and refreshment stations will be available throughout the course.
Supporters can also purchase a Ticket to Party for $75 per person, which includes lunch, dinner, drinks and good times.
Since 2009, The Clinic’s Charity Classic Golf Tournament has raised approximately $500,000 to fund research and help those in need who are living with multiple sclerosis (MS), a disease that affects an estimated 1 million people in the United States, according to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
MS is an unpredictable, debilitating disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body. The disease leads to numerous physical and cognitive symptoms, and in severe cases, may cause partial or complete paralysis.
Registration details for the 9th Annual Clinic Charity Classic can be found here.
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