New York, N.Y. (PRWEB) March 22, 2005
NFL defensive All Star Terrell Buckley has invited celebrities from sports and entertainment to the Terrell Buckley Celebrity Golf Weekend at the Ritz-Carlton Jamaica, April 15-17.
Black celebrities and white celebrities, including Michael Jordan, Angela Bassett and Tanika Ray, will join T-Buck for the celebrity golf tournament and fund-raiser.
T-Buck, who played football for the New England Patriots in the 2002 Super Bowl and for the New York Jets last season, has promised appearances by a host of athletes and entertainers in Jamaica. The Florida State University Hall of Famer also hinted at making a stunning announcement relating to his future sports career while in Jamaica.
The celebrities will join T-Buck at the White Witch Golf Course in Jamaica for mixing and mingling with fans, golfing, and reggae-dancing while benefiting JamaicaÂs youth.
The Terrell Buckley Celebrity Golf Weekend at the famed Ritz-Carlton Golf and Spa Resort in Montego Bay, Jamaica, will raise funds for the Mustard Seed Communities. The non-profit organization cares for babies and children with disabilities, including in the community of Kingston, Jamaica.
The weekendÂs events will include a ÂBack NineÂ after-party cocktail mixer with award presentation and a Jamaican beach party on the shores of the Caribbean. Other celebrities who have confirmed their attendance include the Miami HeatÂs Shaquille O'Neal; NFL players Derrick Brook and Marshall Faulk; and actors Vivica Fox, Malik Yoba, Orlando Bloom and Scott Bailey.
The cost for the all-inclusive package is $4,000 and includes two round-trip airfares on Air Jamaica, accommodations at the Ritz-Carlton for two, all meals, beverages, taxes, gratuities, airport transfers in Jamaica for two and two rounds of golf on April 16. A third person in the room is available for and additional $1,900.
For more information about the celebrity golf tournament, contact: Peta Phipps at Peta Phipps & Associates, Public Relations, 954-382-4533.