FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., April 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Fayetteville eCommerce company WhyteSpyderis preparing for its 4th Annual Catfish, Corndog and Cornhole Tournament, benefitting Mercy Health Foundation. The event will take place at the Mercy Hospital Campus North Field/Parking Lot on Friday, June 16, 2017,
"This is our way of bringing the community together to enjoy an afternoon of great food and fun," said WhyteSpyder CEO Eric Howerton.
WhyteSpyder has presented three cornhole tournaments over the last three years, each benefitting a different local cause. This year, 100% of the proceeds from the event will go directly to Mercy Health Foundation and their efforts to improve the quality of life in Northwest Arkansas.
"Events like these that not only provide a financial benefit to an organization that needs it, but also provides members of the community with an enjoyable means of contribution," added Howerton.
Teams can register online and sponsors can find more information about the event at http://catfishcorndogsandcornhole.com/. The registration deadline for event sponsors is May 26. For more information, contact event coordinator, Casey Crowell, at (479) 287-4006 or email@example.com.
WhyteSpyder helps Walmart and Sam's Club manufacturers setup, manage, and optimize product data and content on Walmart.com and Samsclub.com. WhyteSpyder keeps with the strategic vision of Walmart and Sam's Club when creating and managing content. We use any distribution technology accepted by retailers that is beneficial for manufacturers and their agencies. Learn more about WhyteSpyder by calling 479-287-4006 or visiting www.whytespyder.com.
Press Contact: Casey CrowellWhyteSpyder1023 Milsap RdFayetteville, AR firstname.lastname@example.org
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