Premier hosts clay shoot, band party to benefit Pike Medical Foundation
Published 3:00 am Friday, October 18, 2019
Premier Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram is hosting two events on Saturday, October 26, in hopes of bringing in $100,000 for the Pike Medical Foundation by the end of the year.
The dealership has already committed $200 to the foundation for every car sold from August through October, and the dealership’s first annual clay shoot will begin the charity events on Saturday.
Tickets for the clay shoot are $375 for an individual or $1,500 for a four-person team. Team tickets include the 18-station clay shoot, a catered lunch and eight tickets to see the Tams in concert Saturday night. All of the events are taking place at the farm of Jason Gregory, owner of Premier. Clay shoot teams can register at premierclayshoot.com.
There are also sponsorships available for the clay shoot stations at $100 each, with the business’ logo displayed at the sponsored station. The clay shoot will begin at 2 p.m.
“It’s a good cause,” Gregory said. “This is something that affects everybody; whether the money goes to the cancer center or the hospital needs it for something else. Troy Regional Medical Center is a big part of our community and we want to make sure our community has the best hospital possible.”
Tickets to see the Tams perform can also be purchased individually. Single tickets are $100 each while tickets for couples are $150 total. Tickets can be picked up at Premier in Troy. The tickets also include a steak and shrimp dinner prepared by Yanni Tempelis of Pig Café and Francesca’s. The dinner concert will also feature a cash bar and silent auction to raise funds for the foundation.
There are also corporate tables available for $1,000 which include eight tickets for the band party and logo advertisement on the corporate table sponsors banner at the event.
The dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m. with the Tams to begin at 7 p.m.
All checks should be made payable to the Pike Medical Foundation. The Foundation is a (501)c3 and all donations are tax-deductible.
The new cancer center that opened in December 2018, with the help of a $100,000 contribution by the Pike Medical Foundation, now sees approximately 130 patients a month and offers chemotherapy, iron and adjunct therapies all here in Troy.
The farm is located at 221 County Road 7745 in Needmore.
For more information, contact Karen Herring at 670-5487 or Spencer Thomas at 722-0692.