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Sixth Annual Fred Biletnikoff Hall of Fame Golf Classic / Raiders Tournament

The Sixth Annual Fred Biletnikoff Hall of Fame Golf Classic / Raiders Tournament will be held this Monday at the Catta Verdera Country Club in Lincoln, CA.

For the first time, the tournament will be video tapped and edited into an hour long show to be broadcast on Comcast Sports Net Bay Area of June 27, 2010.

Confirmed guests are:

Fred Biletnikoff, Hall of Fame (HOF), MVP Super Bowl XI, Raider Legend
*Jim Otto, HOF Raider Legend
Willie Brown, HOF Raider Legend
James Lofton, HOF Raider Legend
Dave Wilcox, HOF 49ers Legend
Bobby Bell, HOF Kansas City Chiefs Legend
Deacon Jones, HOF Rams Legend
Tom Flores, Raider legend Player and Coach
James Caan, Actor
Carl Weathers, Actor & Raider Legend
Peter Dante, Actor
MarkvDavis, Oakland Raider
*Amy Trask, CEO Oakland Raiders
*Marc Badain, CFO Oakland Raiders
Daryle Lamonica, Raider Legend
Lincoln Kennedy, Raider Legend
Ben Davidson,Raider Legend
Mervyn Fernandez, Raider Legend
Andre "Bad Moon" Rison, (Spiderman) Raider Legend
Rod Martin, Raider Legend
*Morris Bradshaw, Raider Legend
Cliff Branch, Raider Legend
Greg Townsend, Raider Legend
Jack Tatum, Raider Legend
Raymond Chester, Raider Legend
Willy Gault, Raider Legend
Tim Brown, Raider Legend
Greg Biekert, Raider Legend
Ted Kwalick, Raider Legend
Steve Wisniewski, Raider Legend
Otis Sistrunk, Raider Legend
George Atkinson, Raider Legend
Jeff Barnes, Raider Legend
Jeremy Brigham, Raider Legend
Robert Jenkins, Raider Legend
Eric Wright, 49ers Legend
Walter White, Kansas City Chiefs Legend
*Joey Chestnut, World Hot Dog Eating Champion
Loreto Garza, World Champion Boxer
Robert Mundo, World Champion Boxer
Honor Jackson, Patriot Legend
*Mac Arthur Lane, Packer Legend
Ken Shamrock, World Ultimate Fight Champion
Tony "The Tiger" Lopez, World Champion Boxer.

*Do not play golf.

The mission of the Biletnikoff Foundation is to commemorate Tracey Biletnikoff who was brutally murdered in 1999 at a very young age. Tracey, after recovering from drug and alcohol abuse through programs like those supported by the Biletnikoff Foundation, dedicated her life to helping “at risk” youth avoid or recover from similar experiences.

The Biletnikoff Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting youth, primarily from low to moderate income neighborhoods or backgrounds, who are “at risk” particularly to the realities of drug and alcohol addiction as well as domestic and gender violence. Our next important task will be the establishment of a Tracey’s Place of Hope in Placer County.

The Golf Tournament is not open to the public, but there are are two events open to the public on Sunday, June 6, 2010.

Grid-Iron Greats Autograph Show
When: 3-5 p.m.
Where: Ruth's Chris Steak House, Westfield Galleria Mall, 1151 Galleria Boulevard, Roseville.

With the purchase of a commemorative football at The Raider Image a fan can have anyone's autograph that is present at the autograph show. All celebrity golfers have been invited. Individual autographs for a fee will also be available.

"Stand Up - Be Forever Inspired" sponsored by the Biletnikoff Foundation
When: 6-8 p.m.
Where: Granite Bay High School Theater.

A delegation of male and female student athletes, selected by their coaches from Placer County High Schools, will be presented with distinguished achievement awards by NFL legends Fred Biletnikoff and Tim Brown, and World Champion Boxer Tony Lopez.


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