Sun Sports HEAT TV broadcasters and two of South Florida’s leading sports media personalities, Eric Reid and Tony Fiorentino celebrated the end of the sixth annual Reid & Fiorentino Call of The Game Dinner and Celebrity Golf Classic, alongside today’s sports icons and philanthropic heroes of our community, with a triumphant salute to two of the most celebrated local charity organizations and beneficiaries – Lauren’s Kids Foundation and the Dade Schools Athletic Foundation.
The two-day fund raising event and highlight of social season once again attracted some of the region’s biggest names in sports and entertainment, while honoring the achievements by some of the today’s most acclaimed community leaders.
The annual Reid & Fiorentino Celebrity Golf Classic Presented by SHARP kicked-off the events on Thursday, March 8th at Turnberry Isle Miami, in which Miami Dolphins legend, Dan Marino, participated.
More than 50 foursomes took to the two exclusive championship courses for an enjoyable day of competitive golf. The Call Of The Game Dinner Presented by Publix took place on Friday, March 9th at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and honored NFL/College Football Analyst Bob Griese, with the Don Shula Sports Legend Award, broadcaster Joe Rose with the Excellence in Sports Broadcasting Award, Bill Fauerbach and Publix were awarded the Community Service Award, and brothers Nick Buoniconti and Marc Buoniconti, were awarded with the first ever Jim Mandich Courage and Commitment Award for their work with the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis. Miami HEAT’s Alonzo Mourning and coach Eric Spoelstra also attended.
For information, contact Turnberry Isle Miami at 305-933- 6590 or visit turnberryislemiami.com