Notre Dame Bash for St. Baldrick's
STP Sports Management presents a “Bash for Baldrick’s” on Thursday, October 4, 2012 at Joe’s on Weed (940 W. Weed St. Chicago) from 8pm -11pm. Patrons will have the opportunity to relive the 1988 Notre Dame National Championship season including, the Notre Dame/Miami game which has been called one of the greatest games ever played, meet and greet the players and raise funds for St. Baldrick’s Foundation. Emceed by FOX Chicago News anchor and St. Baldrick’s Champion, Patrick Elwood, the program will include replaying the 1988 ND/Miami game and a question and answer session with key players. This event will take place two days prior to the current Notre Dame Football team taking on Miami at Soldier Field.
Other activities will include a book signing of the children’s book, Dreams of the Echoes Notre Dame Beats Miami featuring Theo and Eddie J, written by two ND grads Brandon Crouch and Frank Corrigan.
Tony Rice, quarterback of the 1988 team, will serve as our host for the evening along with other players from the National Championship Team.
To view the offical event flyer, download here.
Tickets are now on sale PURCHASE HERE. Proceeds raised from the Notre Dame Bash for St. Baldrick's will benefit this charity committed to funding the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give survivors long and healthy lives.
Program Ad Book
Ticket sales go a long way towards this goal of raising money for St. Baldrick's. However, we currently have an opportunity for you to purchase an advertisement in the The 1988 Notre Dame Football Team & St. Baldrick’s Program Book which will be distributed to over 1,000 attendees at the event. It’s a terrific way to reach this audience.
Please click to access the Program Ad book form and below is the quick, safe, way to pay for the ad space.
Can't make it to the event but want to help the Fighting Irish battle childhood cancer? Click below to make a donation to this great cause. Thanks in advance for any donation amount, it as it is greatly appreciated.