ATHLETES FOR CARE KICKBALL TOURNAMENT
HOSTED BY THE 420 GAMES
Join Athletes For Care (A4C) and a few of Denver’s favorite athletes at the Annual 420 Games for a fun-filled day of activities, exercise and live music, capped off by a rousing afternoon of Kickball games! The Athletes For Care Kickball Tournament, hosted by the 420 Games, will give participants the chance to compete with, and against former professional athletes to determine who has the best Kickball skills!
The 420 Games will take place at Berkeley Lake Park in Denver on Saturday, July 22nd and registration is open to the public. The event kicks off with a 4.20 mile walk, jog, skate, or ride around scenic Berkeley Lake Park, followed immediately by the A4C Kickball Tournament.
The tournament will feature six teams and each team will have a pro-athlete as captain. The team captains include UFC legend Frank Shamrock, Tatum Bell and Charlie Adams from the Denver Broncos, hometown hero and former NFL-star Marques Harris, Eben Britton from the Jacksonville Jaguars and other special guests to be announced soon! The individual team sponsors for the tournament include the Hoban Law Group, District 8, and Receptra Naturals.
Participants will also have the option to purchase a ticket to the VIP section where they can meet and greet the athletes, eat, drink and be merry!
About Athletes For Care:
Athletes For Care is a non-profit organization founded by a group of professional athletes uniting as one voice to advocate for research, education, and compassion when addressing important health issues facing athletes and the public at large, such as the over-prescribing of opioids, chronic pain, addiction, access to alternative medicines, traumatic brain injury and CTE.
About The 420 Games
The 420 Games began as an effort to change the way people view cannabis use. Thousands of people will participate in the 4.20 mile race and other active, physical sports in seven different major cities across the nation. The goal of the events is to break down the stigma attached to cannabis users as lazy and unmotivated and, instead, show the public that cannabis can be used as part of a healthy, active lifestyle.
For more information about Athletes For Care visit athletesforcare.org