Register for the 2017 Flag Football Tournament + Corporate Team Building Event on May 20th
Our 2nd annual event promises to be one for the record books. Register your team now for a great experience and support the Holt Brothers Foundation and our mission — helping children who have a parent with cancer. Fifteen people are allowed on each team, but others can also participate through our tailgate and fundraising challenges. Teams will also be coached by the likes of Torry Holt, Terrence Holt, Isaac Bruce, Cliff Crosby and Tyoka Jackson. Yeah, some of these guys have Super Bowl rings.
To learn more, contact our executive director.
Corporate teams so far include:
- Bank of America (our naming rights sponsor)
- Clancy + Theys
- Dixon Hughes Goodman
- Duke Raleigh
- Kimley-Horn & Associates
- Northwestern Mutual
- Piedmont Service Group
- Stewart, Inc.
- Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
- York Properties + McDonald York
Last Year’s Action
At the inaugural Holt Brothers Foundation Flag Football Tournament, every team gave it their all. There was blood (unfortunately), sweat (lots of it) and tears (okay, maybe not). Thank you to all our corporate teams and sponsors for supporting our event. It was a huge success, raising over $86,000 to help children who have a parent with cancer.
There was some stiff competition, too. In the end, everyone was a winner but a special shout-out to the following who really brought their A-game.
- Kimley-Horn — 1st place in tournament
- Citrix — 2nd place in tournament and 2nd place fundraiser
- Dixon Hughes Goodman — 1st place fundraiser and 3rd place in tournament
- Duke Raleigh Hospital — Best tailgate award winner
- LS3P + Mid-Atlantic Associates — Best cheerleaders award and 3rd place fundraiser
- York Properties + McDonald York aka e-LEMON-ators — Best team name award
See the Teams in Action
Whether they were grinding it out on the field, cheering on their team or making sure their tailgate was on point, we documented it all. Check out the photos here and video below.
The Road to the Championship
Caleb Lowman shares his experience and how this tournament helped his team build trust and strong relationships. He was team captain of the Kimley-Horn aka KHlutzy Kholaborators team … who are, by the way, THE reigning champs.