SEBRING, FL-(April 15, 2010)- The 10th Annual Celebration Exotic Car Festival, held Thursday-Sunday to benefit the Special Olympics Florida, will rock louder than usual this year thanks to a sponsorship from LoudMouth Golf.
Loudmouth Golf will introduce its signature loud patterns on Saturday during the Celebrity Auction at Hard Rock Live, Universal Orlando. During these festivities, known as “Special Olympics Rocks”, the auctioneer will wear a LoudMouth Golf “Pole Position” patterned sports coat.
LoudMouth Golf will help close the Celebration Exotic Car Festival on Sunday with another appearance at “The Shooter McGavin Celebrity Golf Tournament” at the Waldorf Astoria Orlando. Celebs attending who will have the opportunity to don Loudmouth Golf at the tourney are Anthony Anderson (CSI), Stephen Baldwin (The Young Riders), Daniel Baldwin (Sopranos), Ernie Hudson (Ghost Busters), Christopher McDonald (Shooter McGavin himself), Corey Feldman (The Goonies), Joey Fatone (NSync), Carl Weathers (Happy Gilmore), Jim Kelly (NFL Hall of Fame).
Loudmouth Golf CEO Larry Jackson will be playing in the foursome with Luke Wilson from “Old School” fame and they will be wearing signature LoudMouth Golf patterns during the “Happy Gilmore” themed golf event.
The Festival begins Thursday at Sebring Track, one of the most historic and famous race tracks in the world, and includes a celebrity-packed series of events. “LoudMouth Golf outfits will be worn by various dignitaries and participants throughout the Celebration Exotic Car Festival,” said CEO Larry Jackson. “We will be one of the main exotics of the Exotic Celebration. They’re introducing the new Lotus Evora, and LoudMouth Golf clothes will complete the circle of the outrageous and unique.”
LoudMouth Golf is also outfitting golfers from the Special Olympics Florida who are competing in the Special Olympics USA National Games in Lincoln, Nebraska July 18th-23rd. The retina-burning sportswear line will also sponsor the Special Olympics Florida golf championship in September.
“LoudMouth Golf has had a long and close relationship with the Florida Special Olympics,” said Jackson. “Their character and deeds speak for themselves and LoudMouth is thrilled to be supporting these events and ultimately the Special Olympics kids.”
“We are looking forward to seeing LoudMouth Golf at our upcoming Special Olympic Florida events,” said Matthew Levy, VP of Resource Development. “LoudMouth Golf has the element of fun in it, and we want to have a good time while we are in the competition.”
About LoudMouth Golf
LoudMouth Golf’s unique line of colorfully designed pants and shorts reintroduces the styles from the ’70s, the decade that made golf fashion great. Some of LoudMouth’s most popular patterns include Disco Balls, Shagadelic, Oakmont Houndstooth, and Hot Dog. With such vibrant colors in their pants, LoudMouth offers a line of eight solid color shirts that perfectly match each set of pants. LoudMouth recently added a line of skorts and shorts for women. LoudMouth Golf clothes can be purchased at many pro shops or online at www.loudmouthgolf.com and www.johndaly.com or by calling 800.390.5116 or 707.996.8184. To search for stores carrying LoudMouth Golf in your area call 877.386.2292.
About Special Olympics Florida
The mission of Special Olympics Florida is to provide year-round sports training and competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for people with intellectual disabilities who wish to participate, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills, and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes, and the community. The ultimate objective of Special Olympics Florida is to help people with intellectual disabilities participate as productive and respected members of society at large, by offering them a fair opportunity to develop and demonstrate their skills and talents through sports training and competition, and by increasing the public’s awareness of their capabilities and needs. For more information visit: http://www.specialolympicsflorida.org.
Ann Hill Communications