Don’t miss an opportunity to go down in history – join San Francisco PULSE in their final farewell to Candlestick Park!
On February 1st, Bay Area young professionals will join together to say farewell to an existing legacy and to start a new one of their own. In an effort to live the mission of the American Heart Association by promoting active lifestyles, San Francisco PULSE has organized an action-packed day of food, fun, and football at Candlestick Park! The day will consist of a tailgating party, a flag football bracket tournament, food from SF eateries, DJ, and an after party with celebratory drinks.
WHAT: Tailgating, 6-on-6 Flag Football Tournament, and After Party
WHERE: Candlestick Park
WHEN: February 1st, 2014
WHO: 16 teams of 10 players (Please note: there must be 2 women on the field at all times) and all of their supporters!
Players please note: Cleats are strictly prohibited. Playing rain or shine! More game rules to follow.
When & Where
San Francisco PULSE
San Francisco PULSE is an up-and-coming network of young professionals dedicated to engaging their peers in the American Heart Association’s mission to build healthier lives free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. The PULSE community focuses on promoting active lifestyles and heart-healthy habits, while also raising funds critical to further the reach and mission of the AHA.
Last year, San Francisco PULSE raised over $60K to benefit the American Heart Association and engaged over 500 people at its inaugural PULSE Ball. This year, PULSE Committee Chair, Daniel Lee, Managing Director at First Republic Bank, has doubled the committee’s goal to raise $100K to benefit the American Heart Association and engage over 1,000 young professionals in the mission. They have created an inspiring movement that allows leading corporate, tech, social and medical communities to all join together to fight America’s #1 killer.