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The Boys & Girls Club of Metro Louisiana Named Beneficiary of Tulane Women’s 2023 Golf Tournament

The Boys & Girls Club of Metro Louisiana Named Beneficiary of Tulane Women’s 2023 Golf Tournament

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana was chosen to be the beneficiary of the 2023 Women’s Tulane Classic Golf Tournament presented by Chad Brownstein, a former Tulane men’s varsity golfer. The charitable gift of $25,000 will support the Milne Unit of the Boys & Girls Club in New Orleans. The much-needed gift will purchase educational supplies, technology and sports equipment for youngsters in Louisiana.  Brownstein went to Tulane to play football but ended up becoming a varsity golf letterman at Tulane in the early 1990s. Brownstein has supported at risk-youth for the past two decades, helping more than 1 million children. Learn more about the new gift to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana here:  News Article
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Chad Brownstein and Tulane Women’s Golf Donate $25,000 for Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana

Chad Brownstein and Tulane Women’s Golf Donate $25,000 for Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana

https://www.instagram.com/p/CjiPp4TPuw-/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y%3D Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana has been selected as the charitable beneficiary for the 2023 Women’s Tulane Classic golf tournament presented by Chad Brownstein. Mr. Brownstein is gifting $25,000 to support the Milne Unit located on Franklin Avenue in New Orleans. The donation will help purchase much needed educational supplies including technology and sports equipment for the Club members. 15 to 20 Club members will also have the opportunity to attend the women’s tournament in February to watch and interact with players. Mr. Brownstein, who is a former Tulane men’s varsity letterman golfer from 1993-94, is sponsoring the tournament through 2026. He is excited to bring innovative ideas and changes to the tournament in the second year of his sponsorship which includes welcoming back HBCUs to the…
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2023 Tulane Women’s Golf Spring Schedule Kicks Off With The Tulane Classic Presented by Chad Brownstein

Tulane Women's Golf head coach Stew Burk recently announced the team's 2023 spring schedule. The Green Wave will open spring competition with the second annual Tulane Classic Presented by Chad Brownstein, February 12-14 at the English Turn Golf & Country Club. Under Brownstein’s sponsorship, the Tulane Classic will broaden the playing field by welcoming HBCUs (historically Black colleges and universities) to the event in 2023. See the full schedule, and read the entire announcement here. Read the article here
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Chad Brownstein on The Tulane Classic and Green Wave Women’s Golf

Chad Brownstein on The Tulane Classic and Green Wave Women’s Golf

Chad Brownstein recently appeared in Tulane University alumni news, talking about Green Wave Women's Golf and his sponsorship of the Tulane Classic presented by Chad Brownstein. Brownstein is initially sponsoring the Tulane Classic for five years. In the interview, Brownstein explained that with the inaugural event’s success in 2022, there are some exciting days ahead for the event. Under Brownstein’s sponsorship, the Tulane Classic will broaden the playing field by welcoming HBCUs (historically Black colleges and universities) to the event in 2023. Brownstein also used the occasion to reaffirm his commitment to making the Tulane Classic a marquee event in every way. As Brownstein puts it, “Wouldn’t it be great at the end of five years if the entire student body showed up to root on the women's golf team,…
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Chad Brownstein Supports ‘at risk’ Youth Basketball Summer Camp

Chad Brownstein Supports ‘at risk’ Youth Basketball Summer Camp

The team's first foundation in partnership with ProCamps held a basketball camp on 7/30 in Westwood, CA. Over 200 at-risk youth from the southland were able to participate due to the charitable sponsorship of Chad Brownstein. “It was wonderful seeing such energetic at-risk young athletes able to match up with role models for a camp teaching basketball skills and life lessons,” said Chad Brownstein. Chad Brownstein continues his two-decade commitment to advancing underprivileged youth from the 8th and 9th districts, with over 1,000,000 members having been uplifted by the support.
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Chad Brownstein Assists California African American Museum With Basquiat

Chad Brownstein Assists California African American Museum With Basquiat

Born in 1960 in Brooklyn, New York, Jean-Michel Basquait developed his celebrated visual aesthetic drawn from his Haitian and Puerto Rican heritage, African American history and culture, the French Symbolist poets of the 1860s, and art he encountered in the city’s many museums. He excelled in poetry, music, and graffiti art, filling not only canvases, but also public walls with obsessive scribblings, obscure symbols and diagrams, and expressionistic human figures that brought him early success in the booming New York art scene of the 1980s.In Undiscovered Genius - a drawing by Basquiat from 1982, later published by the artist’s estate as a screenprint - images and text intertwine along with gestural symbols and historical references. A sketch of a slave ship and a list of trade goods, such as meat,…
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The Inaugural Tulane Women’s Classic Was a Great Success

The inaugural Tulane Classic, presented by Green Wave men's golf alumnus Chad Brownstein was a great success. The tournament featured 16 teams from across the nation and was played at the English Turn Golf and Country Club on February 13 through the 15th. Joining Tulane on its home course were Boston College, Charlotte, Clemson, Iowa, Memphis, Michigan, Nebraska, North Texas, Rutgers, SMU, Texas State, UAB, Southern Miss, UTSA and Wichita State. The Tulane "A" team combined for a total score of 931, while the Tulane "B" team carded a 955-finishing tied for 14th. Finishing first in the tournament was North Texas with a total tally of 895. Junior Sandra Vazquez led the way for Tulane on the final day shooting three-over-par at 75, carding a total of 227 tying for…
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Tulane Alumnus Chad Brownstein on Green Wave Women’s Golf and The 2022 Tulane Women’s Classic

Chad Brownstein is featured in a February 12, 2022 nola.com piece titled: New sponsor, big plans: rebuilding Tulane women's golf team hosts tournament at English Turn. In the article, Chad Brownstein weighs in on his hopes of seeing the Green Wave women's program restored to national prominence, and coach Stew Burke explains the importance of the Tulane Classic to the program's success.  The tournament has received extensive recent coverage, including the following:  The 2022 Tulane Women’s Classic has also been covered by various news outlets across the country, including: YahooFinanceChad Brownstein Presents 2022 Tulane Women's Golf ClassicMarketWatchChad Brownstein Presents 2022 Tulane Women's Golf ClassicSeeking AlphaChad Brownstein Presents 2022 Tulane Women's Golf ClassicBusiness InsiderChad Brownstein Presents 2022 Tulane Women's Golf ClassicBenzingaChad Brownstein Presents 2022 Tulane Women's Golf ClassicThe StreetChad Brownstein Presents…
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Chad Brownstein Presents the 2022 Tulane Women’s Golf Classic

The Tulane Green Wave women's golf team will open the spring portion of their 2022 schedule by teeing off at home, as they play host to the inaugural Tulane Classic. The three-day event will be presented by Green Wave men's golf alumnus Chad Brownstein and played at English Turn Golf and Country Club. Sixteen teams from across the nation will compete in the tournament. "I am proud to be the presenting sponsor of the reimagined 2022 Tulane Classic Tournament. As a Tulane varsity golf alumnus, I am energized that Tulane and Coach (Stew) Burke have made the renewed commitment to Women's Golf that it deserves. I am committed to an inclusive tournament bringing together women's golf," Brownstein said. Joining Tulane on its home course will be Boston College, Charlotte, Clemson, Iowa, Memphis, Michigan, Nebraska, North…
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Tulane Women’s Golf Announces Tulane Classic Presented by Chad Brownstein

Oct 20, 2021 - NEW ORLEANS – Tulane University women's golf head coach Stew Burke announced the team's 2022 spring schedule on Wednesday. The Green Wave will prepare for eight tournaments in the spring of 2022."We've put together an extremely challenging Spring schedule in order to help us prepare for our conference championship" Burke said. "I'm excited to start out at home in our newly named event and happy for the support for Chad Brownstein in making it possible. We return to a few familiar courses from past seasons and as always our goal will be to peak for the AAC Championship at Pinehurst #6. We made some great progress this Fall as a team and I'm looking forward to turning that progress into success this Spring." Tulane will open the season on Feb.13 by…
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