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PERDIDO (April 1, 2011) - The Fairhope Paint and Body Shop will host Shoot 4 Life Sporting Clays Tournament at Bushy Creek Clays (22505 Will Vaughn Road, Perdido) on Saturday, April 30, at 9:30 a.m.
To pre-register for the tournament by calling 251-928-7296 or register online. On-site registration begins at 8 a.m. on the day of the event.
The tournament will begin at 9:30 a.m. with the 100 Bird main event. The event includes lunch, live entertainment and door prizes. A 50 bird, .410 sub-gauge event will conclude the tourney.
This year, for a donation of $25, there is an opportunity to honor those affected by illness or injury. The name of the honorees will be displayed on the "In Honor / In Memory Of" board that will be placed at the pavilion entrance for participants and spectators to enjoy. To nominate an honoree and have their name placed on the board, please contact Chad Chupek at 928-7296.
"The care these children receive from Children's Hospital of Alabama is immeasurable," said Chad Chupek, President of Fairhope Paint & Body Shop, Inc. "Our mission of service and the mission of Children's Hospital of Alabama are highly aligned. Our stores and employees are excited to be able to give back to the programs that benefit the children and their families."
About Fairhope Paint & Body Shop, Inc.:
Fairhope Paint & Body Shop, Inc. is dedicated to providing the very best collision repairs by utilizing a combination of our skills as individuals, proper planning and precise execution in a manner that results in a product beyond our customer's expectations in regards to quality, affordability and time. For more details about the company, visit www.fairhopepaintandbody.com.
About Children's Hospital of Alabama:
The Children's Hospital of Alabama is the only hospital in the state dedicated solely to the care and treatment of children and one of the 10 busiest pediatric medical centers in the U.S. One of only about 45 freestanding acute care hospitals of its kind in the nation, Children's Hospital is home to Alabama's only Level I pediatric trauma center. Although Children's is the primary site for all pediatric educational programs and patient care activities within the UAB Medical Center, Children's Hospital is a private, not-for-profit hospital governed by a volunteer board of trustees. Children's will celebrate its centennial anniversary this year. For more information about Children's Hospital, visit www.chsys.org.
Contact: Kerrie Benson, 251-610-4969 or email@example.com