Smash Cancer Tennis Tournament, Silent Auction, and Oral Cancer Risk Assessments

November 03, 2018 8AM-8PM
(Oral Cancer Risk Assessments will be offered on-site.)

USTA National Campus, Lake Nona, FL

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Event Information

This inaugural event is open to everyone, including those who do not play tennis! Come out to take advantage of a free oral cancer risk assessment, and bid on fabulous silent auction packages! You can also donate to the tournament, which benefits HNCA’s Gas Card Program. Registration entries must be submitted by Sunday, October 28, 2018

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On-Site and Online Silent Auction

The Florida Smash Cancer Tennis Tournament will offer a silent auction on-site. Our featured items are also available for online bidding through November 16th. You can bid on a priceless package of two President’s Box Courtside tickets for the 2019 US Open, including hospitality & fine dining. Starting bid is $3,500. Bids are also being accepted for a Mercedes-Benz of Orlando SUV Weekend Rental consisting of 3 days in a 2019 Mercedes-Benz GLA 250. Starting bid is $300.

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What We are Supporting

One of the main goals of Smash Cancer is to raise awareness for head and neck cancer. Hopefully, by achieving this goal we can increase early detection and treatment of this disease and improve the treatment outcomes for the patients and their families. During the tournament, physicians and clinical staff are available to perform free screenings for Oral Head and Neck Cancer and provide educational materials to the public.

Our Impact

This year will be our 6th annual tournament and each year we grow in participation and in screenings provided. Thanks to our sponsors and participants we were able to donate over $100,000 to the Head and Neck Cancer Alliance to date.

These funds go directly to helping head and neck cancer patients get to and from treatments. We are very proud to be able to support the Head and Neck Cancer Alliance’s Gas Card Program, which is able to help hundreds of people each year.

Learn More about our Gas Card Program

1-866-792-HNCA (4622)

I believe that my success as a cancer patient is first due to the process of recognition on a basic level, that something in my body was not the same as it was and I was worse off.Jessica Tar
National Spokesperson for HNCA & squamous cell carcinoma survivor

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