The Moondogs Texas Hold’em Charity Tournament to Benefit Bert’s Great Adventure in Moondogs – June 24, 2021


On Thursday, June 24, poker fanatics are invited to play their best hands at the Moondogs Texas Hold’em Charity Tournament to benefit Bert’s Big Adventure, a non-profit organization that offers a magical, all-expense-paid trip. five-day trip to Walt Disney World® for children with chronic and terminal illnesses and their families. Founded by famous radio host Bert Weiss of “The Bert Show”, Bert’s Big Adventure also provides year-round support through countless initiatives such as Reunion Adventures, the Fairy Godparent volunteer program and additional charitable services. Starting at 9 p.m., the decks will be cut and players will take their seats for a chance to win top prizes, including a $ 400 cash prize and two Bert’s Big Adventure branded lawn chairs for first place. Second place will receive a $ 200 cash prize and a Bert’s Big Adventure baseball cap, while third place will receive a $ 100 cash prize and a Bert’s Big Adventure t-shirt.

Players looking to give even more back can donate $ 5 to Bert’s Big Adventure before the tournament begins and receive a 5,000 token (one time only). Guests can also purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win exciting prizes including Bert’s Big Adventure branded loot, 4 Atlanta Braves tickets with a parking pass for the July 2 game, a CutWater Spirits hat , a $ 250 Cutco Kitchen voucher for a knife class that includes free food, drink and equipment demonstration, and more. The doors will open at 8 p.m. and the tournament will start at 9 p.m. For ages 21 and over, the buy-in is $ 25 per player and can be purchased at www.eventbrite.com/e/moondogs-texas-holdem-charity-tournament-benefitting-berts-big-adventure. For more information visit www.moondogsbar.com or call 404.231.4201. For more information on Bert’s Big Adventure, visit www.bertsbigadventure.org.

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