‘Game of Throws’ Cornhole Tournament for Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Community members can compete in the ‘Game of Throws’ Cornhole Tournament that will benefit the work of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

The inaugural Game of Throws 50/50 Cornhole Tournament hosted by Northwest Mutual – The Brutton Group will be held on Saturday, April 13 at Scottsdale Westworld, according to a press release on the event, which is open to the public and features food trucks, drinks, music, a ‘cash toss’ to raise funds for CFF and more.

Dustin Brutton of Northwest Mutual – The Brutton Group, says he chose CFF as the beneficiary of the event to honor the life of Tayler McClellan, who died from Cystic Fibrosis in February 2018, according to the release.

“More awareness, more research and more medical advances can prevent us from losing amazing people way too soon in the future to this disease. I’m betting Tayler would want us to enjoy the heck out of a corn hole tournament, just like she would if she was playing with us, and we will do just that as we honor how she lived and the impact she made on so many around her,” says Mr. Brutton in a prepared statement.

Fifty-percent of proceeds will go to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, according to the release.

The cornhole tournament consists of two brackets: one for the competitive cornhole player and one looking for a “more casual, light-hearted cornhole experience,” the release noted.

In addition, the Champions and Fun in the Sun brackets each will offer cash prizes to the first, second, and third place winners from each bracket.

To get more information, sponsorship availability, or to register a team, visit: gameofthrows.splashthat.com.

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