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Win A Chance for You and 3 friends to compete in the 10th Anniversary University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame Celebrity Fishing Tournament!

Hosted by Canes Great and Hall-of-Famer, Brett Romberg, the 10th Annivesary UMSHoF Fishing Tournament has become one of South Florida’s premier events…bringing Canes greats and fans together for a fun, family-friendly event.  In the past, Ray Lewis, Ted Hendricks, Michael Irvin, Warren Sapp, Andre Johnson, Randal Hill, Melvin Bratton, Alonzo Highsmith, Jonathan Vilma, Antrel Rolle and DJ Williams have served as celebrity hosts at the tournament that has attracted hundreds of former Miami athletes.  The event has raised over $225,000 for such charities as Habitat for Humanity of the Upper Keys, the Coastal Conservation Association, the Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis, Shake-A-Leg Miami and the UM Sports Hall of Fame.

This prize package includes complimentary boat registration for the winner and 3 guests PLUS a boat, captain and gear in addition to free admission into the Captian's Meeting and Kick-Off Party at the newly reopened Sandar Grill in Coconut Grove on June 3rd.  Prize Value: $2500

Get ready to compete in one of the most talked-about fishing tournaments in Miami - The 10th Anniversary University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame Celebrity Fishing Tournament.  GO CANES!

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