Statewide Bags Tournament At Isle Casino-Waterloo This Saturday
Grab your favorite "bags" partner and have fun raising money to assist veterans and First Responders this Saturday at the Isle Casino-Waterloo.
The American Brawn Statewide bags tournament has 4 qualifying rounds being held in Central Iowa, Eastern Iowa, Northeastern Iowa and Southern Iowa. The four winning teams (2nd place teams will serve as alternates) will head for Altoona on July 20 for the semifinals and championship event.
This weekend’s event in the Cedar Valley is Saturday (June 8, 2019) at Isle Casino-Waterloo Saturday with registration beginning at 10:30 am and play beginning at 11:00 am. It is a double elimination tournament, so all teams will get to play at least 2 best 2-out-of-3 matches for their registration fee of $40 per team. Prize money and bling includes $100 and medals for the first place team and $50 for the second place team. Fun side games with prizes will be in play for spectators and players alike, including Brawnster Bags (40’ toss) and Lightning Round Bags--$5 entry fee gets you in on both games.
Help American Brawn help our women and men in the U.S. Military and area First Responders! Be there this Saturday to have fun and show your support! If you can't make it this Saturday, the next qualifying tournaments are, Saturday, June 16th at Hotel Grinnell in Grinnell...followed by the Lakeside Casino is Osceola.
American Brawn is a philanthropic non-profit guided by a board of appreciative volunteers who strive to pay back and pay-forward the commitment and sacrifice U.S. military and emergency service personnel have given for the protection of our freedom, personal welfare, communities, and country. Their primary mission is saving lives. We support and promote the efforts of Stop Soldier Suicide, an organization solely dedicated to the prevention of veterans and military personnel suicide and we offer funding to emergency service departments including police, fire and EMS for the purchase of life-saving equipment not covered by their typical funding sources.
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