United Way to Kick Off Campaign with The Hole Shebang! at Scissortail Park
New fundraising event and corporate cornhole tournament to benefit United Way of Central Oklahoma.
OKLAHOMA CITY – United Way of Central Oklahoma is tossing out a new event to kick off its 2021 fundraising campaign. The Hole Shebang! will take place Thursday, September 9, from 4-7:30 p.m. at the Love’s Travel Stops Stage & Great Lawn at Scissortail Park in downtown Oklahoma City.
The new fundraising event will include a corporate cornhole tournament on the Great Lawn accompanied by live music on the Love’s Travel Stops Stage. Food trucks and a cash bar will be on hand along with a United Way Partner Agency Fair highlighting the critical work of nonprofits in central Oklahoma.
Proceeds from the event will contribute to United Way of Central Oklahoma’s 2021 fundraising campaign and will invest donations into 102 health and human service programs at 55 local Partner Agencies.
The Hole Shebang! is made possible by the generous donations of presenting sponsors Love’s Travel Stops, EGR and Traditions Spirits along with event sponsors American Fidelity, Arvest Bank, BancFirst, Bank of Oklahoma, BKD, Duncan Oil Properties, EY, Gaming Capital Group, IBC Bank, INSURICA, McAfee & Taft, OG&E, OKIE811 and Scissortail Park.
The cornhole tournament will feature teams from a variety of local companies and nonprofits competing for corporate bragging rights and The Hole Shebang! Traveling Trophy. Companies can register as event sponsors and cornhole tournament participants with this form through August 31.
In addition to the corporate challenge, each participating sponsor will receive one entry into the CEO Boss Toss challenge. Some of the top company leaders in central Oklahoma will face off in a competitive bracket with revised rules and extra fundraising incentives.
The Hole Shebang! is free and open for the public to attend. Friends, family and colleagues are encouraged to attend and cheer on tournament competitors while enjoying live music, food trucks and drinks at Oklahoma City’s newest outdoor venue.