Inaugural Ravens-Redskins Coaches Charity Golf Tournament

Apr 19, 2001, 01:00 ET from National Football League Coaches Association

    WASHINGTON, April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Football League Coaches
 Association (NFLCA) will host the Inaugural Ravens-Redskins Coaches Charity
 Golf Tournament on May 29th, 2001 at the Lakewood Country Club in Rockville,
 Maryland.
     Marty Schottenheimer, Head Coach of the Washington Redskins, and Brian
 Billick Head Coach of the World Champion Baltimore Ravens are scheduled to
 attend the Tournament, as well as assistant coaches from both teams and
 current and former NFL players. Businesses and individuals may purchase a
 charitable donation in the form of sponsorships or tickets in order to play in
 fivesomes with a celebrity.  The Tournament, auction, and awards banquet will
 be emceed by Foxsports Radio and Comcast TV personality Kevin Kiley.  In
 addition, the Heisman Trophy Foundation will present the Heisman Trophy for
 display.
     Visit the NFLCA's new, comprehensive football Internet site,
 NFLCoaches.com, for more information on specific packages or to inquire about
 donating an item for the auction or silent auction.
     The Tournament will raise money for two needy organizations: Share Our
 Strength and the National Football League Coaches Association Assistance Fund.
 Share Our Strength, one of the nations's leading anti-hunger, anti-poverty
 organizations, invests in organizations with proven track records of success
 and whose work attacks the root of the hunger problem. With a focus on
 fighting childhood hunger through nutrition education, food assistance, and
 other programs that help families reach economic independence, Share Our
 Strength mobilizes industries and individuals to contribute their talents to
 its anti-hunger efforts. The NFLCA Coaches Assistance Fund is a trust created
 for retired coaches in dire need of financial help with medical or living
 expenses.
     CBS SportsLine.com will help promote the Tournament at CBS.SportsLine.com
 by giving away two free tickets in the SportsLine Rewards program,
 SportsLine.com's innovative frequency program in which members receive points
 for viewing SportsLine.com pages, which then can be redeemed for unique sports
 and entertainment experiences, merchandise, memorabilia, and exclusive athlete
 question and answer e-mail sessions.
 
     About NFLCoaches.com.  The NFLCA, comprised of over 400 Head and Assistant
 NFL coaches, recently launched a new professional football Internet site.
 NFLCoaches.com provides both the insight of the game's top coaches and an
 intelligent delivery engine for the best current news and information on the
 NFL.  With a number of planned additions over the coming months, this one-
 stop-shop will serve as the Internet's most comprehensive site for
 professional football.  NFLCoaches.com will bring together on the Internet the
 coaches' valuable content -- analysis, commentary, inside perspective - and
 the collective marketing power of some of the games most respected and well-
 known personalities.  In addition, NFLCoaches.com allows the coaches to
 interact with their association and colleagues through a "coaches only" login
 section.
 
     About The National Football League Coaches Association.  The NFLCA is not
 affiliated with the National Football League or any of its member clubs. The
 purpose of the National Football League Coaches Association is to serve as a
 forum for the discussion of issues that are of mutual concern to its members,
 with the responsibility to recommend to the National Football League courses
 of action on these issues.
 
 

SOURCE National Football League Coaches Association
    WASHINGTON, April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Football League Coaches
 Association (NFLCA) will host the Inaugural Ravens-Redskins Coaches Charity
 Golf Tournament on May 29th, 2001 at the Lakewood Country Club in Rockville,
 Maryland.
     Marty Schottenheimer, Head Coach of the Washington Redskins, and Brian
 Billick Head Coach of the World Champion Baltimore Ravens are scheduled to
 attend the Tournament, as well as assistant coaches from both teams and
 current and former NFL players. Businesses and individuals may purchase a
 charitable donation in the form of sponsorships or tickets in order to play in
 fivesomes with a celebrity.  The Tournament, auction, and awards banquet will
 be emceed by Foxsports Radio and Comcast TV personality Kevin Kiley.  In
 addition, the Heisman Trophy Foundation will present the Heisman Trophy for
 display.
     Visit the NFLCA's new, comprehensive football Internet site,
 NFLCoaches.com, for more information on specific packages or to inquire about
 donating an item for the auction or silent auction.
     The Tournament will raise money for two needy organizations: Share Our
 Strength and the National Football League Coaches Association Assistance Fund.
 Share Our Strength, one of the nations's leading anti-hunger, anti-poverty
 organizations, invests in organizations with proven track records of success
 and whose work attacks the root of the hunger problem. With a focus on
 fighting childhood hunger through nutrition education, food assistance, and
 other programs that help families reach economic independence, Share Our
 Strength mobilizes industries and individuals to contribute their talents to
 its anti-hunger efforts. The NFLCA Coaches Assistance Fund is a trust created
 for retired coaches in dire need of financial help with medical or living
 expenses.
     CBS SportsLine.com will help promote the Tournament at CBS.SportsLine.com
 by giving away two free tickets in the SportsLine Rewards program,
 SportsLine.com's innovative frequency program in which members receive points
 for viewing SportsLine.com pages, which then can be redeemed for unique sports
 and entertainment experiences, merchandise, memorabilia, and exclusive athlete
 question and answer e-mail sessions.
 
     About NFLCoaches.com.  The NFLCA, comprised of over 400 Head and Assistant
 NFL coaches, recently launched a new professional football Internet site.
 NFLCoaches.com provides both the insight of the game's top coaches and an
 intelligent delivery engine for the best current news and information on the
 NFL.  With a number of planned additions over the coming months, this one-
 stop-shop will serve as the Internet's most comprehensive site for
 professional football.  NFLCoaches.com will bring together on the Internet the
 coaches' valuable content -- analysis, commentary, inside perspective - and
 the collective marketing power of some of the games most respected and well-
 known personalities.  In addition, NFLCoaches.com allows the coaches to
 interact with their association and colleagues through a "coaches only" login
 section.
 
     About The National Football League Coaches Association.  The NFLCA is not
 affiliated with the National Football League or any of its member clubs. The
 purpose of the National Football League Coaches Association is to serve as a
 forum for the discussion of issues that are of mutual concern to its members,
 with the responsibility to recommend to the National Football League courses
 of action on these issues.
 
 SOURCE  National Football League Coaches Association