Tim Tebow Foundation Scores Big at ARS-Sponsored Golf Classic

Mar 23, 2016, 13:00 ET from American Residential Services

MEMPHIS, Tenn., March 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Executives from American Residential Services (ARS), a Memphis-based national provider of HVAC and plumbing services, hit the course March 12 as the platinum sponsor for the Tim Tebow Foundation (TTF) Celebrity Gala & Golf Classic.

Tim Tebow Foundation Scores Big at ARS Sponsored Golf Classic
Tim Tebow Foundation Scores Big at ARS Sponsored Golf Classic

The event took place at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., to raise money for the Foundation’s outreach efforts serving thousands of children around the world.

It attracted a host of celebrities, including Tim Tebow,Urban Meyer, Chipper Jones, Billy Horschel, Zach Johnson, Duck Dynasty Cast Members and more.

“The Tim Tebow Foundation is part of our ARS family. We have contributed to TTF since its founding in 2010. We have been very proud to watch the Foundation grow and impact so many lives through Faith, Hope, and Love,” said Dave Slott, ARS President and COO.

The Celebrity Red Carpet Gala kicked off the event on March 11. It was a star-studded evening that included foundation supporters and was highlighted by a private concert complements of The Band Perry.

The Golf Classic took place the next day. Teams of five, with one celebrity each, enjoyed a fun round of golf to raise awareness for the Foundation’s outreach initiatives.

“Although this is an exciting event for participants, the real winners were the children who benefitted from over 1.65 million dollars, the proceeds of which go to TTF’s outreach programs. We applaud TTF for their commitment to the mission of bettering lives,” said Don Karnes, ARS CEO.

In addition to the Golf Classic, earlier this year employees at ARS volunteered and raised funds nationwide for one of TTF’s outreach programs called Night to Shine. NTS is an unforgettable prom night experience for people of special needs. “It’s a night for the churches to shine, the volunteers to shine, and most importantly, for Christ to shine,” said Erik Dellenback, Executive Director of the Tim Tebow Foundation. “We are grateful that our friends at ARS from coast to coast were part of this unforgettable evening.”

ABOUT AMERICAN RESIDENTIAL SERVICES: ARS operates a network of more than 65 company-owned, locally-managed service locations spanning 22 states, with approximately 5,500 employees.  United by Exceptional Service®, the ARS / Rescue Rooter Network serves both residential and light commercial customers by providing heating, cooling, indoor air quality, plumbing, drain cleaning, sewer line, radiant barrier, insulation and ventilation services. Each location has a knowledgeable team of trained specialists, each of whom have undergone rigorous drug testing and criminal background checks. Providing exceptional service and ensuring the highest standards of quality, ARS has the experience to do any job right – the first time, with all work fully guaranteed.

Media Contact: Vimala Ingram, Communications Director, 901-271-9878, vingram@ars.com

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8 Responses to “Tim Tebow Foundation Scores Big at ARS-Sponsored Golf Classic”

  1. Sage says:

    Some interesting thoughts from Brandi. I agree, the NFL is dancing with a different value system from the one that brung it.

    This seems true of major corporations in general, though. The left is so diligently confrontational that appeasing the left seems a no-brainer to corporate “leaders.” Hence, we get the league bending over backward to include Michael Sam and Jameis Winston, while determindly giving Tebow the freeze.

    Brandi’s thoughts are interesting, but she seems in denial about the origins of what she’s discussing, cultural Marxism.


    • Sage says:

      I should clarify. Denial isn’t the right word. But political ideology is a major player in our society, whether people want to pay attention to it or not.

      • TheMascotArmy says:

        I agree. Were on a runaway roller coaster now. I expect some crazy, unthinkable stuff took be accepted ten years from now.

        • ck says:

          Have come a long way since “The Patty Duke Show” and heard today she has passed at age 69 due to perforated bowel/sepsis…

      • Brandi says:

        I’m always in denial of politics. I find it’s useful for good mental health. 🙂

        We’ve had these kinds of discussions here about the NFL being out in LaLaLand and pushing the average American away. The usual band of idiot suspects ranted about mad Tebownistas. But now it’s a topic of every Media Outlet including Sports.

        Tebowzone was years ahead of the Media Pack.

  2. Andrea says:

    The Super Bowl half-time shows are the best example of the NFL following the cultural rot instead of combating it.

    • Brandi says:

      That Halftime Show even prompted Forbes to react.


      The NFL’s ways haven’t gone unnoticed. The biggest Media Outlets have all commented on it. But the NFL doesn’t care for precisely the reason Forbes points out. The only audience it cares about doesn’t care how disgusting it becomes. That just attracts them even more.

      Sporting News had a huge commentary saying the NFL will “never care about people” until it costs them money. The Wall Street Journal was one of the first to say the NFL’s abandonment of Middle Class Values will be the cause of its extinction as a Sports League. That was several years ago. When the Wall Street Journal says you’ve lost touch with the average person on the street and become a symbol of power and greed run amok…well, where exactly do you go from there? 🙂

    • ck says:

      Glad we don’t have to watch it, Andrea, and agree w/u as it is “ROT”!

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