Tifton Gazette


March 26, 2014

Pool Madness coming up Saturday

TIFTON — Southern Culture LLC and Wing Master’s Sports Bar & Grill will be hosting a Pool Madness Tournament from 2 to 7 p.m. Saturday at Wing Master’s on South Tift Avenue. The tournament is geared toward March Madness. Wing Master’s will also be providing free barbecue from 1 to 3 p.m. for Customer Appreciation Day.

Participants can either register in advance for the tournament or the day of the event by 12:30 p.m. To pre-register, check out Southern Culture’s Instagram, @socullc. A link is provided in the biography. You can also like them on their Facebook page and register.

There is a $10 buy-in fee with 10 percent off the food tab for all competitors. There will be a special on draft beer for $2 and SoCu Whiskey Sour for $4. The first place winner will receive $50, a gift certificate and trophy. The second place winner will receive $25 and a trophy.

M. Jay Hall, who’s a co-owner of Southern Culture and is very active in the community with various events such as Mims Kids Inc., said he would like to give a special thanks to Wing Master’s owners Fred and Donna Furguson. He said he appreciated them teaming up with Southern Culture to do their first event.

“We look to do more events throughout the community that are southern based with other businesses as well,” Hall said.

The proceeds from the tournament will help with Southern Culture putting on other future events for the community. He said they’re planning on doing an Easter egg hunt for the kids.

According to Southern Culture, the company’s foundation is based on bringing people an authentic southern experience. The three co-owners formed this company in order to celebrate the traditions that are unique to this region of the United States, which ranges from food to music to business. The company serves as a lifestyle curator across several platforms, including social media, websites and magazines. In addition, Southern Culture is an event management company that provides services to nonprofit organizations, companies and individuals. The company’s owners strive to deliver the best the south has to offer while creating an unforgettable presence and experience.

To contact reporter Latasha Ford, call 382-4321.

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