McClure Tables Works With Women’s Shuffleboard Tournament For Hospice of Michigan
Over the past few months, we’ve been proud to be building shuffleboard tables for the Wandering The World Women’s Shuffleboard Tournament XV. Taking place in North East, Maryland from September 18 to 22, the tournament is a unique competition that involves 50 women shuffleboard players heading to a different location every year. As a proud sponsor of the event, we are excited to be working with the Women’s Shuffleboard Association and to be contributing to our official charity, Hospice of Michigan.
After the ladies of the Wandering The World Women’s Shuffleboard Tournament play on our shuffleboard tables, we will be offering each table for sale at a discounted price. Great deal, right? As a part of the discount, McClure will be contributing a tax-deductible contribution to Hospice of Michigan of $500 per table sold. So not only are you getting our Tournament shuffleboard at a discounted price, but you’re also helping out an incredible Michigan charity.
In addition to the table sales and score unit sales for Hospice, we are also taking cash donations during tournament registration. Our goal is to raise over $5000 for Hospice of Michigan during this shuffleboard tournament. For those of you that don’t know about the great work that Hospice of Michigan does, the organization offers specialized health services for patients with terminal illnesses in the Mitten State.
We are extremely proud to be working with the Wandering The World Women’s Shuffleboard tournament to benefit an important organization like Hospice of Michigan. With that being said, we want you to be proud of your donation or table purchase, as well. With the permission of each buyer/donator, we will be listing each customer who has made a contribution to Hospice and purchased one of these Tournament shuffleboard tables. If you’re interested in purchasing a table or making a donation, please call (800) 565-0977 for more information. Below is our list of contributors so far:
Donnie Clark Bloomington, IL