Come out and join the Best Bars Charlotte crew at Tyber Creek to help us raise awareness and school supplies. Best Bars Charlotte includes Tyber Creek Pub, Connolly's on Fifth, Dandelion Market, The Workman's Friend, and Prohibition. Our goal is raise and collect funds, supplies, and other neccessities to help give back to our community that have patroned our bars and restaraunts for the last 18 years.
WHAT'S THE DEAL?:
Beer Olympic Event benefitting Classroom Central of Charlotte
3 Main Events including Beer Pong, Flip Cup, and Cornhole.
Prize Packages for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners!
You are invited to enjoy us for a great time of day drinking and fun games while helping our youth!
This event is hosted by Tyber Creek Pub on behalf of Best Bars Charlotte benefitting Classroom Central.
Anyone can participate, so come join us! Teams consist of 4 players, so grab 3 of your best friends and get creative with your team name! Afterall, the best team name will be rewarded…
August 6, 2017 at 3PM until 9PM
Registration and Sign-In goes from 2PM-4:40PM
Games begin at 3PM and end at 6PM to be considered for prizes!
Tyber Creek Pub
1933 South Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 20203
Register by e-mail with Corey McLeod at [email protected]
1) Team Name
2) Phone Number
3) Name and Date of Birth for each team member
ALL PLAYERS MUST BE 21+
Register at any Best Bars Charlotte location: Tyber Creek Pub, Dandelion Market, Connolly's on Fifth, The Workman's Friend, and Prohibition.
THE DAY OF:
The entry fee for this event is either a $20 donation or any 10 school supplies from Classroom Central's 9 most needed items.
More info can be found here: classroomcentral.org/static/media/uploads/classroom_central_2017_-_the_need_poster.pdf
All collected supplies and donations will be donated to Classroom Central. Classroom Central equips students living in poverty to effectively learn by collecting and distributing free school supplies. In the 6 different districts Classroom Central serves, more than 64% of students K-12 come to class without the basic learning tools needed to effectively participate. That's more than 100,000 students in Charlotte-Mecklenburg School System alone.