Tee Up for Success with Kevin Butler (Foundation Event)

Tee Up for Success with Kevin Butler (Foundation Event)

Presented by Full Circle Restoration and Construction

March 23, 2021 | 4:30-6:00 PM

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About this Event

Join the BOMA Georgia Foundation Tee Up for Success with Kevin Butler for a virtual meetup and conversation with football icon and golfer Kevin Butler.

Butler is a former National Football League (NFL) placekicker and standout college football player for the University of Georgia Bulldogs. After College, Butler played professionally for the Chicago Bears (1985–1995) and the Arizona Cardinals (1996–1997) of the NFL. Since retiring, he has continued his affiliation with the University of Georgia as a special teams assistant and the cohost of the Budweiser Fifth Quarter Show on 106.1 WNGC and 960 WRFC in Athens. He is the first kicker ever inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.

During the program, Butler will discuss adversity and how he overcame challenges in the workplace. Butler will draw on his experience as a businessman, football player and golfer.

Foundation Sweepstakes

Sweepstakes Prize: 4 Rounds of Golf at Chateau Elan

All registrants for the Foundation Golf Tee Up will receive an entry in the Foundation sweepstakes drawing with their $30 registration. Those enhancing their registration with an additional Foundation donation will receive four sweepstakes tickets with their $60 registration and be listed as a Foundation Tee Up Donor. Additional sweepstakes entries can be added during registration.

When
3/23/2021 4:30 AM - 6:00 PM
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