Burke Completes New Website for Charlotte Touchdown Club | Burke Communications

Burke Completes New Website for Charlotte Touchdown Club
11 12 2010

CHARLOTTE, NC - Burke Communications has launched a new website for the Charlotte Touchdown Club. The premier sports club for high school and collegiate sports, CTC hosts a star-studded Speaker Series Program each month and also presents college football's most prestigious defensive award, The Bronko Nagurski Trophy each year.

"We have scored big points with our new website. We're able to promote our Speaker Series Program and highlight our sponsors front and center. By building this new website, Burke Communications has helped us create an interactive site that draws new visitors in to learn more about our club," said Charlotte Touchdown Club Executive Director John Rocco.

The new website delivers information on the Speaker Series Luncheon Program monthly luncheons featuring sports greats. The fall schedule includes:

Since its inception, the Charlotte Touchdown Club has raised more than $1 million benefiting high school and collegiate student athletes and sports programs across the Carolinas. Each year, the Touchdown Club awards five scholarships to athletes from Catawba College, Davidson College, Gardner-Webb University, Johnson C. Smith and Wingate University.

The 2010 Bronko Nagurski Trophy will be presented December 6, 2010 at the Awards Banquet hosted at The Westin Hotel. The trophy is presented annually by the Charlotte Touchdown Club and the Football Writers Association of America to the nation's most outstanding NCAA defensive football player. For reservations to the Speaker Series or Awards Banquet, call 704-347-2918.

The Charlotte Touchdown Club is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1991 with the goal of promoting high school, collegiate and professional football in the Charlotte Region. The Club's activities and services focus community attention on the outstanding Citizenship, Scholarship, Sportsmanship, and Leadership of area athletes and coaches.

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