Bridgestone Golf selling special golf balls to benefit pediatric cancer patients

Bridgestone Golf selling special golf balls to benefit pediatric cancer patients


With golf season beginning slowly around the United States, you know you're going to need some golf balls. Now, you can buy a dozen Bridgestone Golf balls and not only stock up but also help kids with cancer.

Bridgestone Golf has partnered with the Chiera Family Foundation to sell a special dozen of B330RX golf balls. With each purchase, a donation will be made to support the foundation's NICK's (Nothing's Impossible for Cancer Kids) CAMP, as well college scholarships for pediatric cancer survivors and the organization's involvement with The First Tee of Broward.

If you buy the golf balls, you can even win further. If you take a picture or shoot a video of you hitting the balls in a unique place or way and share socially using the hashtag #playitforward, you could win an entry into the NICK's CAMP golf tournament in Florida. Bridgestone Golf will also offer merchandise to participants in the social campaign.

The balls are available at the foundation website, including setting up monthly or quarterly deliveries.


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