RP Funding Supports Special Olympics’ Event, in Winter Park

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“Jack in the Park” is an evening of Blackjack benefiting Special Olympics Florida

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Jack in the Park is a fun event for a great cause. Even if you’re not a great Blackjack player there are plenty of other activities and games to play.

RP Funding, Orlando’s “No Fee” Direct Mortgage Lender, is sponsoring Jack in the Park, a blackjack event benefiting Special Olympics Florida.

On November 11th, the Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center in Winter Park will be transformed into a one-of-a-kind Blackjack Tournament with fantastic prizes. Guests will also enjoy live music, a full open bar and exceptional food from Winter Park’s dining establishments. A silent and live auction will offer a wide variety of items.

As a Gold Sponsor, there will be an RP Funding-themed raffle called “Cut of the Deck.” Attendants will be able to purchase a playing card for $50. At the end of the evening, Special Olympics will cut the deck and whoever has the picked card will win accommodations to the Venetian Hotel, Las Vegas.

For a suggested donation of $75 per person, guests will receive entry into the party including food, drinks and the Blackjack Tournament.

"Jack in the Park is a fun event for a great cause. Even if you’re not a great Blackjack player there are plenty of other activities and games to play,'' said RP Funding President, Robert Palmer.

For more information on Jack in the Park visit the Special Olympics Florida website.

About RP Funding: RP Funding is a licensed Florida Mortgage Lender with offices in Maitland, Florida. As a direct lender, RP Funding underwrites, closes and funds its own loans in order to offer customers the best rates and highest level of service. Unlike banks and mortgage brokers, RP Funding offers “wholesale” mortgage rates directly to consumers to save them money. The only fee that RP Funding customers pay is when they choose to buy down to a lower interest rate through a rate discount cost. For more information, please visit http://www.rpfunding.com/.

About Special Olympics: Special Olympics Florida provides year-round sports training and competition to children and adults with intellectual disabilities, at no cost to the athlete or their caregiver, as a means to achieve physical fitness, self-esteem, socialization skills, and the life skills necessary to be a productive, respected and contributing members of their communities.

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