Additional $1,000 going to PCCC — winner of Tour’s Truck Award

PCCC Tournament Director Jerald Andrews receives the $1,000 check from Web.com Tour President Dan Glod
PCCC Tournament Director Jerald Andrews receives the $1,000 check from Web.com Tour President Dan Glod

An additional $1,000 is headed to the 48 Ozarks children’s charities of the PGA Web.com Tour’s Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper.

The tournament recently won The Truck Award from the Web.com Tour, which also gifted a large white cooler signed by all 2017 winners as well as Steph Curry, a standout for the NBA’s Golden State Warriors who played in the Ellie Mae Classic. The cooler will be on display at the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame.

The news comes after the PCCC gifted $957,102 during the annual Celebration of Sharing presented by The McQueary Family.

The Truck Award goes to the tournament that best exemplifies the following qualities: Demonstrates exceptional operational commitment for its event; exhibits outstanding volunteer appreciation and supports; fosters a fun family atmosphere; charity-driven; understands the spirit of the “Great White” cooler and how it unifies relationships between players, staff, volunteers, sponsors, and spectators during tournament week.

 

 

Vote for the Web.com Small Business of the Tour 2017!

Bryan Magers (right) of Bryan Properties accepts the Web.com Tour's Small Business Award for the PCCC. (Dean Curtis photo)
Bryan Magers (right) of Bryan Properties accepts the Web.com Tour’s Small Business Award for the PCCC. (Dean Curtis photo)

Vote Now To Pick The Winner of The Web.Com Small Business Of The Tour! From the PGA Web.com’s Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper, vote for Bryan Properties!

Web.com selected 20 small businesses to compete for $25,000 worth of Web.com products and service, but they need your votes to win. They’ve teed up videos and stories for each small business. Check them out and vote for your favorite.

You can vote: once per day, until December 6, 2017.

So vote now and help one of these small businesses reach the top of the leader board!