Charity Beer Pong / Flip Cup Tournament

11/2/2007:

Lots of miscellaneous activities this weekend. Here’s another.

Tournament to benefit MS

Hoboken Beer PongThis Saturday beginning at 7:00 pm a charity beer pong and flip cup tournament will be held at the Hoboken Elks Lodge, 1005 Washington Street with all proceeds going to the Multiple Sclerosis foundation. If you are not a beer pong or flip cup player come for the party and to cheer on your favorite team. There will be a drawing for prizes donated by numerous local merchants including The Madison, Liberty Bar, Maxwells, Mile Square, Shannon, Ganache, Impostos, and ZogSports just to name a few.

General admission to the event will be $30 which includes open bar and light hors d’oevres until 2 am. Registration for the Flip Cup event is $100 per team (5 person team) and $60 (3 person team) for the Beer Pong tournament. The event organizers will be able to assist in finding a team for anyone interested. There will also be other games available for those not participating in the tournament.

Any questions, regarding the event please contact Phil Dooman philipgdooman@msn.com or call 908-310-9699.

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18 Comments on "Charity Beer Pong / Flip Cup Tournament"

Stpaddygirl
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I’m an Elk and the only time I use a knife is to cut my meat … beware !!

strand tramp
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strand tramp

when exactly was it that the Elks Lodge decided that they wanted to be the number ones location in Hoboken for drunken street brawls? i wonder if this crowd will generate any knife fights?

ron mexico
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ron mexico

Being in your thirties doesn’t stop someone from being a drunk idiot – I know that from personal experience.

sullyx
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[quote comment=”51285″]The people running the event are in their 30’s so you won’t see kids running around rather some adults same as Hobo St. Pats. :mrgreen:[/quote]

but they’re only running it, the people who would be drawn to this are steven’s students and recent college graduates so to reiterate, AVOID UPTOWN SATURDAYJ!

Stpaddygirl
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The people running the event are in their 30’s so you won’t see kids running around rather some adults same as Hobo St. Pats. :mrgreen:

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