Buffalo, NY, April 11, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The Buffalo Area Dart League is proud to announce The Record Event Weekend to Benefit Cystic Fibrosis being held at The Pearl Street Grill and Brewery on June 27, 28, and 29, 2014. There will be thirteen (13) different records challenged with the marquee event being a challenge of the World Record in Marathon Dart Playing by Doubles Teams.
This event is being held in conjunction with The Great Strides Event that is presented by the local chapter of The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The Great Strides Event is an annual occurrence that helps to raise awareness of cystic fibrosis and to fund ongoing research into this disease. The local chapter will be the beneficiary of all profits from the event.
The Record Event is being hosted by The Pearl Street Grill and Brewery, the largest brew pub in the continental United States. They have generously donated their second floor to the Event and are an invaluable partner in this fundraising effort.
The Event will start early in the morning on Friday the 27th, when the marathon teams will start. The current record, according to Guinness, is just over forty-one (41) hours. The goal is to push that to forty-eight (48) or more. Other Records will be challenged during the day on Friday and Saturday. Anyone can take part by going to the League website, www.wnybadl.com, and registering for the Record that they wish to challenge. In addition, there will be live music both Friday and Saturday as well as the First Annual Buffalo Open Blind Draw Steel-Tip Tournament. The Tournament will be on Saturday and has a large, guaranteed purse. Pre-registration is a must as there are a limited number of participants allowed.
Also, there will be a two-tiered silent auction with many interesting baskets and individual items. They are accepting baskets and other items to add to the auction.
Finally, there are many different sponsor packages available and those are all detailed at the League website, www.wnybadl.com. More updates to come.
Buffalo Area Dart League
Aaron Broome, President 716-812-2819