Welcome the Spielman Gridiron Classic

SpielmanLogo Chris Spielman has created a series of annual high school football games known statewide as the Spielman Gridiron Classic, which take place on weekends throughout the high school football season.  The games showcase local high school teams and create community awareness about the great work being done in our local area communities by the Stefanie Spielman Fund for Breast Cancer Research at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute. This event is a wholesome experience to raise money for the different booster groups that support high school extra-curricular activities with everything from “Pink-Outs” to cookouts.  All of the monies raised by the local high school Boosters will be divided equally between the Stefanie Spielman Fund for Breast Cancer Research and the local Booster groups themselves.  Chris Spielman personally comes out to the school that raises the most money for the event to host a school assembly to inspire students to get involved in their local community and to award a scholarship in honor of his late wife, Stefanie Spielman.  The goal of the Spielman Gridiron Classic is to raise $100,000 for Breast Cancer Research. Greydan Communications will be handling the day-to-day administration, financial record-keeping, reaching out to high schools throughout the state, as well as all other association management services for SGC.  Renae Davies will serve as Executive Director and handle all correspondence with participating schools and sponsors.  We are thrilled to welcome the Spielman Gridiron Classic (SGC)! For more information on the Spielman Gridiron Classic, please visit their website. For more information on Greydan Communications and how we can help your association, visit our website.

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