Come one! Come all! Watch the spectacle that is v0dgeball at VMworld 2012!
This year, a number awesome vPeople have come together for a brief time to create an amazing team of dodgeballers to dominate the tournament: Team vGlobo
The team is comprised of:
- Bill Hill
- Arjan Timmerman
- Brandon Riley
- Gabrie van Zanten
- Chris Emery
- Josh Townsend
- Jason Shiplett
- Mike Ellis
- Dwayne Lessner
- Joseph Boryczka
If you’re interested in watching the awesomeness that is Team vGlobo, please come and check out the tournament:
SUNDAY, AUGUST 26 @ 4-6PM
SOMA REC CENTER – CORNER OF FOLSOM & 6TH ST
Links (for your clicking pleasure)
In all seriousness (if you made it this far), the v0dgeball tournament is something that I am very proud to be a part of. The proceeds for the dodgeball tournament go to the Wounded Warrior Project.
The Wounded Warrior Project provides support for US service men and women injured while serving our country. They provide a ton of services and support, which includes:
- Stress recovery
- Family support
- Career transition
- Employment placement
- Adaptive sporting events
- Assistance with government/insurance claims
- And so much more
At the time of this post, the v0dgeball 2012 project has raised $10,705.00 for the Wounded Warrior Project. How cool is that?! Really!? Just thinking about the impact that $10,000+ can have to thank and support servicemen/servicewomen for their amazing sacrifice is awe inspiring.
I cannot thank Chad Sakac, Fred Nix, and EMC enough for organizing such a fun and honorable activity for the VMworld participants… and for all of the participants of the tournament.
Team vGlobo is honored to take the floor, throw some balls in faces of opponents (there’s a joke in there somewhere), and support such an amazing organization.
Go Team vGlobo!!!