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Congratulations 2017 Champions - 99 Problems!
THANK YOU to our media sponsor
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!
PICTURES FROM THE 31ST ANNUAL MUD VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT- 2017
31st Annual Mud Volleyball Tournament Raises $50,000
WOW! What an amazing day – We were blessed with beautiful weather and had 139 teams playing in the tournament this year. The event raised $50,000
which will be used to help people with epilepsy and their families throughout Connecticut.
After a long day of exciting games, it came down to 99 Problems
and Deez Nutz
as the last teams standing. In a thrilling final match, 99 Problems
took home the trophy and title of Mud Volleyball Champions for the 3rd time in 4 years. Congrats!
We were fortunate to have 13 $600 corporate teams supporting the event: Bob’s Discount Furniture, Justin’s Real Estate LLC, Disaster Restoration Services, Dave’s Diner, Aerocision, Carabetta Company, Valley Green Inc., Hemp CT, Siefert Associates, Brass City Alarm/ KV Mechanical Contractors, East PBE, The Bariatric Center at St. Francis Hospital, Trumpf Inc.
We would like to congratulate the top fundraising teams, Disaster Restoration Services
and Tommy’s Team
, for utilizing their online fundraising page to raise additional funds for Mud Volleyball this year! We truly appreciate your fundraising efforts!
Special thanks to the entire 102.9 The Whale Radio team for being the media sponsor again in 2017. Special thanks also goes out to Mayor Drew, and the City of Middletown, especially the Water & Sewer, Public Works and Parks & Recreation Departments, Middletown Fire Department, Middlesex Amateur Radio League, DeRita Construction Company, Connecticut Rental Center, All Waste, Hunter’s Ambulance, Troop 41 Boy Scouts, East PBE, the State of Connecticut Agricultural Station, All RV, Central Conn. Acoustics, Sun Belt Rentals, Home Depot, and Dan LeRoy Productions.
Special thanks to the Judicial Branch Community Service work crews and especially Ken Ahnell
who used his own personal time to help with field setup. I would like to personally acknowledge Sal & Lisa Cretella, Allison Gamber, John Wood,
and Monica Anzelone
for going above and beyond in cleaning up the field.
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 32 years of “Good Clean Fun”