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2014 Event Date: September 14

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2014 Event Date: September 14

It’s time again to plan for an exciting day of polo as we host our 7th Annual Polo for Parkinson’s! First, we’d like to take this opportunity to thank those sponsors, contributors, attendees and volunteers who made our first six years so meaningful.

Gates will open at 1:00 pm and the match begins at 2:00. In addition to a rousing polo match, we'll also have lunch provided by 'Cue BBQ, an open bar (beer, wine & champagne), a silent auction, raffles, champagne divot stomp, and a "Best Hat" contest. So dust off those divot-stomping shoes and join us to party for a good cause, polo-style!

WPF Co-Founder, Bill Wilkins, is a Parkinson’s patient since 2006. He is one of the original members of the Michael J. Fox Foundation’s Patient Council, and a charter member of the Emory University Udall Center of Excellence in PD Research Community Outreach Board. The Wilkins Parkinson's Foundation, through events like Polo for Parkinson’s, works to increase collaboration among other Parkinson’s nonprofits and to advocate on behalf of the entire Parkinson’s community. Funds raised at Polo for Parkinson’s will be directed to research, education and awareness.

“The opportunity for breakthroughs has never been greater,” says Wilkins. “Advances in Parkinson’s research are likely to significantly contribute to the understanding of other neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s, ALS and Multiple Sclerosis. We are proud to have raised more than $500,000 for research and awareness through events like Polo for Parkinson’s, and we hope this year will be our most successful.”

Please contact Kris Hall at khall@wilkins-pf.org or (770) 730-5840 if you're interested in becoming a sponsor.

2014 Sponsors

Titan 360

UCB, Inc.

Nalley Lexus Roswell


Schreeder, Wheeler & Flint

Jeff & Ann Keefer

Valley View Ranch

Caesar's Entertainment

Team Cantore

Coker Group

Commerce Color

'Cue BBQ







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