Our Story

Members of the Beat the Beast staff recognize that Stacey was not alone in her battle against cancer. Most of us have been affected by this terrible disease in some way. In fact, one of our founding members, Michael T. Carr, lost his own fight against cancer in 2013.

We continue to champion Stacey’s cause in memory of all who have passed and those who continue to fight against this cruel disease. Our event celebrates the lasting effect those loved ones have had on our lives. We hope you will support our cause. Please join Beat the Beast as a donor and/or participant!

  • Includes:
    • 2 foursomes to the event
    • Full page ad in event program
    • Your logo on the giveaway item to each golfer
    • Listing on our website as title sponsor
    • Listing on registration form
    • Listing on sponsor appreciation banner at the event
    • Your company banner on display at event
    • Announcements all day naming you as Title Sponsor
  • Includes:
    • 1 foursome to the event
    • Half page ad in the program
    • Listing on our website as Dinner sponsor
    • Listing on the registration form
    • Listing on the sponsor appreciation banner at event
    • Announcements at dinner naming you as Sponsor
  • Includes:
    • Twosome to the event
    • Quarter page ad in the program
    • Your company logo on each golf cart
    • Your brochures (2) on each golf cart
    • Listing on the sponsor appreciation banner at event
  • Includes:
    • Quarter page ad in the program
    • Listing on the sponsor appreciation banner
    • Your name & logo on each beverage cart & station
    • Listing on sponsor appreciation banner at event
  • Includes:
    • Cost as $800 per foursome – $700 if paid by confirmed date
  • Includes:
    • Sign on green or tee box with your company name and logo

Beat the Beast Golf Tournament is a program of the Beat the Beast Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

So happy to be a part of the pink game with the Beat the Beast organization and Middletown Highschool.  Jonathan and I walked across the field in memory of TJ while they shared his story.