Brooklyn Bedding Announced As New Sponsor for 12th AnnualAnte4Autism Event
Ante4Autism, the annual charity poker tournament announced that Brooklyn Bedding has joined the following sponsors for the 2020 12th Annual event: Leggett & Platt $20,000 Presenting Sponsor, Symbol Mattress $15,000 Final Table Sponsor, Eclipse/Eastman House $10,000 sponsor, Furniture First National Buying Group – $10,000 sponsor, Planned Furniture Promotions $5,000 as well as Brooklyn Bedding. We have also received a merchandise donation from TRU Lite Bedding. The 12th Annual Ante4autism event will be held at the Golden Nugget: Saturday, January 25, 2020 in the Grand Event Center. Doors will open at 6 PM, event begins at 7 PM. The Golden Nugget has reserved the entire room for the Ante4autism event in anticipation of a large crowd again this year! Registration is open for players ($150 entry fee) and sponsorships are now available (Ante4autism.com – check out the web site!!) or by contacting Doug Krinsky. Co-Hosts are have announced the 5 Autism charities who will receive proceeds from the 12th Ante4autism event: Oakstone Academy, Willow Farms by Steps Academy, Project F.O.C.U.S. at UNLV, National Autism Association of Southeast Ohio and Autism Speaks. Founder Krinsky would also like to thank all the Co-Hosts, as they volunteer their time and spend hours on the event and receive no compensation for their work! If you would like to sponsor or donate to the 12th Annual Ante4autism event in 2020, contact Doug Krinsky, at Ante4autism@aol.com, visit Ante4autism.com or call 614-554-0802. There are 5 levels of sponsorships this year, you can refer to the various levels on the web site. About Ante4Austism: Autism spectrum disorders are diagnosed in 1 in 59 children in the United States according to the CDC!! The Co-Hosts are committed to helping the families and individuals impacted by Autism in any way they can.
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