FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Killerspin - Director of Marketing
Killerspin, the Chicago-based table tennis company, will provide the tables and paddles for the 1st Annual Paddle Battle at Harry Caray’s 7th Inning Stretch and Chicago Sports Museum at Water Tower Place on Friday, May 15. The ping pong fundraiser will benefit former Chicago Bear Brandon Marshall’s Project 375 Foundation that supports mental health awareness.
Guests who register for the ping pong tournament will have a chance to play against Marshall and his celebrity guests and get to keep their paddle, which gives them unlimited free play for a year at Killerspin House Chicago, located at 135 South LaSalle Street in Chicago (LaSalle between Adams and Monroe). Killerspin House is Chicago’s place to UnPlugNPlay and a leading location for corporate events. More information on Killerspin House is available at: www.killerspin.com/house
Project 375, donated $50,000 to Lurie Children’s to support its collaborative work with Chicago Public Schools (CPS) to improve behavioral health support services. Lurie Children’s Community-Linked Mental Health Services program was created in 2004 to provide training, parent education, outreach to community health agencies and to help youth get access to mental health services they need.
Project 375 Foundation's 1st Annual Paddle Battle
When: 6-10 p.m. May 15
Where: Harry Caray's 7th Inning Stretch and Chicago Sports Museum in Water Tower Place mall; 835 N. Michigan Avenue
Tickets: $75 for spectators, $125 for single player and $200 for double's team;