THANK YOU to everyone who made Dude 2016 a success! This year’s campaign has raised $48,294, and counting!
Every dollar raised goes to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to further their mission: to cure blood cancers and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. Because of your support, we are able to continue to fund these initiatives right here in Eastern Pennsylvania. Much of the credit goes to our fantastic teams for the fundraising dedication.
Congratulations and take ‘er easy’s to all of our winners and to everyone who knocked down a pin!
Top Bowling Teams:
- We Roll on Shabbos, 1,852
- Team Hawbaker, 1,727
- Kung Pao Turkey, 1,638
Top Male Bowler trophy: Rob Perkins, Iron Max and His Avengers, 234
Top Female Bowler trophy: Anne Schaefer, We Roll on Shabbos, 175
Worst Male Bowler trophy: Jack McNeil, Iron Max’s Dudes, 33
Worst Female Bowler trophy: Alicia Olivant, Staying PCRU, 40
Best Team Spirit trophy: We Roll on Shabbos
Top Fundraising Teams:
- Dawson Street Pub All Stars, $4,957
- Bowl Movements, $4,492
- We Roll on Shabbos, $4,330
Top Fundraising Individuals:
- Shaun Carney, Dawson Street Pub All Stars, $2,389
- Mike Murphy, Team Kyle, $1,710
- Stefanie Carney, Dawson Street Pub All Stars, $1,296
Philly Restaurant Pass Winner: Ilana Heilweil (Sold by Kristina Oplinger, Bowl Movements)
Philly Brunch Pass Winner: Lily Chung
We want to recognize our generous sponsors: Blank Rome, BrainDo, JMS Technology, Heathery Project and The Martin Architectural Group. The in-kind support from Yards Brewing Company, BrainDo, Thrive, and Cindi Landmesser Photography was truly appreciated as well, and from all of the contributing businesses and restaurants who donated prizes. Our gratitude goes out to South Bowl for providing us with a perfect home once again, and to Boot & Saddle for hosting the official after party and donating all ticket sales to the cause. Hats off to Lush Life and Swift Technique who rocked our after party. TDHC would not be possible if it were not for all of these collective efforts.
Tournament photos courtesy Cindi Landmesser will be posted on Facebook soon!
The 2016 tournament may be over, but any time of the year is a good time to hate cancer. If you have an idea for an event, contact Mike at [email protected] and let’s chat. Be sure to follow us on Facebook,Twitter and Instagram to be in the know for more events, all year long.
Since its inception in 2006, The Dude Hates Cancer has now raised over $638,000. Thank you once again for another memorable campaign!