Sports events and logistics leader, Corrigan Sports Enterprises (CSE) announced a partnership with local race directors Tom and Laurie Amatucci to handle all operations associated with the Baltimore Women's Classic. Baltimore's premiere all-women's 5K race will be held June 23, and all race proceeds will provide direct support services for gynecologic cancer patients and their families across Maryland through Baltimore Women's Classic, Inc.
About Corrigan Sports Enterprises: Corrigan Sports Enterprises (CSE) was established in 1991 with the goal of creating, managing and implementing sports and event marketing opportunities for the corporate community. In that time, CSE has grown into one of the strongest marketing organizations in the area. CSE's signature event, The Baltimore Marathon & Running Festival will be in its 13th year in 2013 and will field over 25,000. In 2010 Corrigan Sports headed West with the inaugural Oakland Running Festival, and South to Florida for the IWLCA deBeer President Cup Girls Lacrosse Tournament. These events were added to the wide variety of properties CSE owns including: The Carefirst BlueCross BlueShield Frederick Running Festival, Pro Beach East Volleyball Tour, Baltimore Ten-Miler, and the Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic, to name a few.
Based in Baltimore, CSE develops and implements events throughout the entire area with a focus on the Mid-Atlantic Region. CSE takes pride in maintaining longstanding relationships with the corporate community in each market.
CSE has built relationships with prominent members of the profession at all levels including professional franchises, collegiate sports teams, athletic departm ents and sports media along with local, regional and national corporations and local and state governments. These relationships have opened the door to a variety of sports and lifestyle activities. CSE can offer expertise and deliver a custom package to meet the needs of any client. Information is available at http://www.corrigansports.com/
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