USA Swimming Donates 2-Day Olympic Trials VIP Package to Fight Hunger

USA Swimming has donated two 2-day VIP tickets to the 2021 U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials to help provide food to those in need.

The tickets will support the “All-In Challenge,” which is being run by sportswear retailer Fanatics. 100% of the proceeds from the fundraiser will go directly to Feeding America, Meals On Wheels, World Central Kitchen, and No Kid Hungry.

The promotion is about allowing fans to get up close and personal with many of their celebrity heroes, with other options including a round of golf with Justin Timberlake and Bill Murray, a cameo spot in Kevin Hart’s next movie, and a walk-on role in a Martin Scorcese film with Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro.

The special VIP tickets grant access to special hospitality, private tours of the facility, a Team USA swag bag, the opportunity to set next to Rowdy Gaines as he calls a championship race live, and tickets to the USA Swimming National Team Alumni Reunion Kickoff Party. It also offers the opportunity to swim in the competition pool.

Raffle tickets are available at rates of 10 tickets for $10, 25 tickets for $25, 100 tickets for $100, and 200 tickets for $100. There is a maximum of 200 entries per person for the event.

The tickets will be good for June 17th and 18th, 2021 at the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials in Omaha, Nebraska, plus two-night hotel accommodations within walking distance of the CHI Health Center. The package does not include airfare or ground transportation.

Earlier this month, USA Swimming set new dates for the Tokyo Olympic Trials to coincide with the delayed Olympic Games. The Trials will now be held from June 13th-20th, 2021.

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David

This is great. How do you buy the raffle tickets to help out? No link or website. Thanks

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