Two Former Penn State Alums to Help Raise Awareness and Help Families Battling Cancer
Hall of Fame football coach Dick Vermeil will host a virtual wine tasting event in support of the Still Strong Foundation and the Rich Mauti Cancer Fund on Wednesday, September 30 at 7:30 p.m. The Super Bowl Champion Coach will share insights into Vermeil Wines, talk football and more with guests while raising awareness and funds to help two former NFL players – Devon Still and Rich Mauti – and their charities.
“I’m pleased to be able to support two organizations that are working hard to help those with cancer,” said Vermeil. “Everyone is touched by cancer in some way and my family and I are happy to be able to be a part of this event.”
Still and his daughter Leah, Mauti, and special guest host Lisa Salters of ESPN will join Vermeil for the event.
Tickets are available at https://bit.ly/vermeil_wine
For more information, contact Trish Fulvio at 484-433-7767 or [email protected]
The featured Vermeil Wines are available for purchase and can be delivered in time for the virtual wine tasting.
Vermeil bottled the first vintage of the Jean Louis Vermeil Cabernet Sauvignon; a foray into winemaking that was only the beginning of what would eventually develop into Vermeil Wines in 1999. Today Vermeil Wines offer 11 different wines made with the same attention and care put into that very first bottling almost 20 years ago. With one of the best winemaking teams in the valley in Thomas Brown and Andy Jones, Vermeil Wines strive for excellence. Vermeil Wines take tremendous pride in their deep ties to the history of the Napa Valley, continuing to source their fruit from two of the oldest vineyards in Calistoga and one of the oldest in Sonoma.
The mission of the Still Strong Foundation (www.stillstrongfoundation.org
The Rich Mauti Cancer Fund, (www.richmauticancerfund.org) is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to raising money for cancer research, education and screenings, with all funds to be utilized in the State of Louisiana; the state, by the way, with the highest incident rate in the nation for several major types of cancer.