2021 ESPN 97.5 & 92.5 Occasional Invitational

Benefitting

We’re inviting you to take the day off work and play a fun round of golf with your favorite sports station at The ESPN 97.5 & 92.5 Occasional Invitational presented by SiteJab.com benefitting Kids Meals Houston. This year’s tournament will take place on Wednesday, April 28th at Wildcat Golf Club with an 11:30am shotgun start. We will be broadcasting live ALL DAY with our 4 local shows from 7am-7pm. We’ll have prizes and a silent auction.

Each golfer will receive beverages from Michelob Ultra, lunch from Uberrito, and dinner BB’s Tex-Orleans, 18 holes of golf, and a quick, socially distant, awards ceremony immediately after the tournament.

Location: Wildcat Golf Club 12000 Almeda Rd, Houston, TX 77045

Format: Four (4) person teams and an eighteen (18) hole shotgun start.

Florida scramble/ no handicap/ low score wins

Prizes for the top three (3) and last place teams

Price: $97.5 per person

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ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT KIDS MEALS HOUSTON

Since 2006, Kids’ Meals has been making and delivering free, healthy meals directly to the homes of hungry children. Since inception, we have given more than 8 million free meals to food insecure children in 42 Houston-area zip codes.  Kids’ Meals is a first-responder to children under age 6 facing debilitating hunger due to extreme poverty. 

Their mission is to end childhood hunger by delivering free healthy meals to the doorsteps of Houston’s hungriest preschool-aged children and through collaboration provide their families with resources to help end the cycle of poverty. 

Kids’ Meals is the only program of its kind in the nation, and you built this program right along with us.  What began as two delivery vans has grown into a fleet of 9 vans sharing not just food, but connection to more than 43 wrap-around service partners who are here to help families break the poverty cycle.  But it all begins with growing healthier children, which is why we are laser-focused on feeding children under age 6 who don’t have access to free school-based meals.  Harris County is home to more than 24,000 preschool-aged children living in food insecurity.  We will not quit until no child is hungry.

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