Greater Tulsa Reporter
FlyingTee, Tulsa’s premier golf entertainment venue, teamed up with Miss United States, Alayah Benavidez, to benefit the No Kid Hungry initiative on Dec. 7.
“We are thrilled to have Miss United States in Tulsa for a great opportunity to help make an impact for No Kid Hungry,” James Vollbrecht, FlyingTee co-founder and chief technology officer, said. “During the holiday season, many people and businesses, including our facility, are looking for ways to give back. This event gives the community a way to support a great cause.”
On Dec. 7, FlyingTee hosted a Long Drive Tournament and donated 50 percent of its golf bay rental proceeds to the No Kids Hungry initiative with the help of Miss United States.
“I’m honored to take part in this event at FlyingTee in support of No Kid Hungry,” said Benavidez. “This campaign is near and dear to my heart, so to be able to share it with others and encourage them to donate is a wonderful opportunity for me. I am looking forward to meeting the locals that make up the heartland of America!”