“This year’s event was a huge success made possible by all of the sponsors, partners and participants that graciously volunteered their time and donations to the cause.” said attorney Michael T. Gibson, whose firm sponsored the tournament. “The event produced a great turnout and is something we plan on sponsoring annually.”
Former New York Giants’ Super Bowl XLII champ and UCF football standout, Darcy Johnson, hosted the golf tournament. Special guests that attended the event included Chicago Bears’ wide receiver, Brandon Marshall; Dallas Mavericks assistant coach, Darrell Armstrong; Retired NBA players, Chuck Atkins, Anthony Bowie and Pat Burke; Retired NFL players, Sammie Smith and Willie Offord; and WWE/WWF Wrestler and actor, Tonga Fifita.
Golf Now Orlando donated prizes to "Closet to the Pin" winner, Robbie Gainer and Raffle Prize winner, Tim Johnson. This year’s tournament also featured 1st time ReMax World Long Drive finalist, Brandon Holden. Brandon's amazing long drive entertainment raised more than $1,000, which will be donated back to the foundation by Charity Golf International.
The 1st place prize was awarded to Citrus Nursery Management; Team Johnson and Team UCF Knights took home 2nd and 3rd place prizes; Jason Martinez scored with the Longest Drive and Trey Miller was overall, Closet to the Pin.
The Orlando-based personal injury law firm of Michael T. Gibson, P.A., is dedicated to cases involving auto accidents, nursing home abuse claims, premises liability and slip and falls. The firm also represents consumers and individuals in insurance disputes of all types. Attorney Michael T. Gibson’s practice is grounded in his family's experiences. Having witnessed his own mother suffer through a horrific auto accident, he has personal experience fighting a large insurance company to obtain justice. He brings this experience along with his legal skills and training into every case he handles. Mr. Gibson is also the author of “Your Complete Guide to Florida Auto Accident Claims.” Those interested in obtaining a free copy of his book, can download it on the firm’s website. For more information, visit www.autojusticeattorney.com or call 1-855-What-Next (1-855-942-8639)