Billiards for Booty Cues Up Funds to Help Fight Cancer
The McColl School Booty Team stepped off their bikes and picked up their cue sticks for a creative team fundraiser to support 24 Hours of Booty. About 60 people attended the inaugural “Billiards for Booty” 8-Ball Tournament and Silent Auction that raised $3,500. Dilworth Billiards hosted the event in which players shot pool on vintage Brunswick tables while being cheered on by a roomful of attendees. Participants enjoyed music, dinner from the “Turkey And…” food truck, an array of silent auction items and fun giveaways. One of the hottest ticket items of the evening was a 2013 Felt Bixby Cruiser Bike, which was raffled off to one lucky winner.
“We appreciate the McColl School of Business Team for their support of 24 Hours of Booty and for taking a shot against cancer,” said Basil Lyberg, executive director of 24 Hours of Booty.