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FOOD TRUCKS - Why bring your own lunch?
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This year, we are highly encouraging each team to raise additional money for MVT. All proceeds raised at MVT support the Epilepsy Foundation of Connecticut’s programs and services.
Think about this...
If 200 teams raise $500 each, EFCT will receive $100,000!
10 people on a team each raise $50 = $500!
Ask 1 friend to donate $50
Ask 2 friends to donate $25
Ask 5 friends to donate $10
Please help us meet our goal!
30th Annual Mud Volleyball Tournament Raises $73,000
WOW! What an amazing day – 187 teams vying for the championship in a multitude of weather conditions. The event raised $73,000 which will be used to help people with epilepsy throughout Connecticut. After a long day of exciting games, it came down to the 2x defending champions 99 Problems and Muddy Sets. In a thrilling final match comeback, Muddy Sets took home the trophy and title of Mud Volleyball 2016 Champions!
Congratulations goes to We Crush Your Rocks, this year’s top fundraising team, who raised $3,516 to support people with epilepsy in Connecticut! Kudos to the other teams who raised a lot of money and made it a very exciting contest to follow: For My Seizters, Disaster Restoration Services, PrimeLending Pounders, Tommy’s Team, and Prom Night Dumpster Babies.
We were fortunate to have 11 $600 corporate teams supporting the event: Bob’s Discount Furniture, Dave’s Restaurant, Direct Energy Solar, Disaster Restoration Services, Hanley Construction/KV Mechanical Contractors, Hemp CT, Neurology, Orthopaedics, & Spine Specialists (N.O.S.S), PowerScreen New England, Quest Global, Tasca Ford, Trumpf.
Special thanks to Chaz & AJ and the entire 102.9 The Whale Radio team. Special thanks also goes out to Mayor Drew, and the City of Middletown, especially the Water & Sewer, Public Works and Parks & Recreation Departments, Middlesex Amateur Radio League, DeRita Construction Company, Connecticut Rental Center, All Waste, Hunter’s Ambulance, Troop 41 Boy Scouts, Indian Hill Tree Farm, East PBE, Frontier, and the State of Connecticut Agricultural Station.
As in years past, we would not have been able to have this great event without help from the Judicial Branch Community Service work crews and especially Ken Ahnell who used his own personal time to help with field setup.– POWER TEAMS ROCK!
Thank you all for helping us improve the quality of life for the thousands of people in Connecticut who have epilepsy. Hope to see you all back next year when we celebrate 31 years of “Good Clean Fun”!