“Dr. Cue” Tom Rossman Supports the BEF Juniors at the Wynkoop!
February 25, 2015 (Denver, CO): Despite the biggest snowstorm of the season, the legendary team of “Dr. Cue” Tom Rossman and “Ms. Cue” Marty Rossman put on a special exhibition for the intimate crowd of BEF supporters who braved the weather.
Not only did the great Dr. still put on a world class show, but he practically gave a private clinic for all attendees. Afterwards, he took challenge matches and organized the lag contest to help raise funds for the foundation.
Jeremiah Gage was the winner of the Lag Contest and lucky recipient of the $25 PoolDawg.com gift certificate! 11-year-old Amanda Campbell was also treated to some one-on-one time with Dr. Cue.
“The Billiard Education Foundation (BEF) is so honored for Tom & Marty’s generosity! They even made a personal donation of $100 before the day was over. We could not be more grateful all that they do,” said Executive Director, Samm Diep-Vidal.
Another Exhibition/Fundraiser event is scheduled when they return in April:
Felt Billiards (101 W. Floyd Ave, Englewood, CO 80110)
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 from 6-10PM
- FREE to Attend!
- Artistic Pool Show
- Open to the Public (as seen on ESPN)
- $10 Challenge Matches w/ Dr. Cue
- First 50 Challengers receive a FREE PoolDawg pin valued at $12.95 & a signed photo with Dr. Cue!
- Lag Contest, Door Prizes, & Other Great Giveaways
All funds raised from challenge matches and contests go to benefit the Billiard Education Foundation (a 501(c)3 charity dedicated to building the next generation of student-athletes through youth billiard programs, events, and scholarships.)
Special Thanks to “Dr. Cue” Tom Rossman and “Ms. Cue” Marty Rossman for their generous contributions to the foundation and the sport. Thanks also to PoolDawg.com for the prize donations, and to the Wynkoop Brewery for hosting the event.
About the Billiard Education Foundation (BEF)
The BEF was formed in 1993 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity committed to promoting a lifelong love of pool and building the next generation of players through youth programs and academic scholarships. Visit billiardeducation.org or call (303) 926-1039 to learn more about junior billiard programs in your area.