. BRI has been the Boeing Classic’s community beneficiary since 2010

Boeing Classic BeneficiaryThe golf course and a research lab are very different, but the combination brings great results. BRI has been the Boeing Classic’s community beneficiary since 2010 and the tournament has become the largest annual fundraising event for BRI. These funds provide crucial start-up monies for innovative ideas, new investigators and technology tools. And, importantly, the Boeing Classic has introduced new audiences to BRI and its world-renowned research being led from its Seattle headquarters.  Thanks to the Boeing Classic, BRI researchers, and people who benefit from its research, have been featured on KING 5’s “New Day Northwest” , in numerous publications, on airwaves and online.

The Boeing Classic is an official PGA TOUR Champions event and will played August 21-27 at the beautiful the Club at Snoqualmie Ridge and features legends of golf such as Fred Couples and Bernhard Langer.

Visit BoeingClassic.com for more information about the tournament.

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August 11, 2017

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