Coach Meyer’s Spring Kick-off

OSU Head Football Coach Urban Meyer has teamed with former Head Football Coach Earle Bruce to host the Buckeye Football Spring Kick-off. All proceeds from this fun event will go to benefit The Earle & Jean Bruce Alzheimer’s Research Fund in Neurology at the Ohio State University and The Urban & Shelley Meyer Cancer Research Fund. Meet Coach Meyer and the 2014 Buckeyes as they preview Spring Football and the upcoming season.

Limited Tickets available at the door!

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Wednesday April 2, 2014

Event Time: 10:30-1:30

Woody Hayes Athletic Center
535 Irving Schottenstein
Columbus, OH 43210

Buckeye Football Fever

On April 2nd, Coach Urban Meyer will officially start the upcoming football season with the 2014 Spring Kickoff at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center in Columbus. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to hear firsthand from the head coach of the The Ohio State University. Joined by former Head Coach Earle Bruce as well as current and former Ohio State players, Coach Meyer will provide his thoughts on the 2013 season and give us insight of what is in store for the 2014 Buckeyes.

The buzz is the air and tickets will go fast. Reserve your spot today at this exciting luncheon event catered by local favorites.

Bring your fellow tailgaters or coworkers by reserving a table for 10 for only $1,500…or purchase an individual ticket or group of small tickets for $100 each.

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Sponsorship Opportunities

Alzheimer’s is the sixth-leading cause of death in the country and the only cause of death among the top 10 in the United States that cannot be prevented, cured or even slowed. We sincerely hope that you will become a sponsor and help us make a contribution to Alzheimer’s research. Let’s make a difference in a fight against this disease.

There are several sponsorship opportunities for the upcoming 2014 event at a level that’s right for you or your company.

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Buckeye Football Spring Kickoff

Quarterback Sponsors

Get up close and personal with the Buckeyes with this exclusive sponsorship opportunity.

  • Woody Hayes Athletic Center tour
  • 3 reserved tables for 10 people in front row
  • Logo on invitation, posters and cover of program
  • Logo on souvenir t-shirts
  • Full page ad and listing in program
  • Company name announced from podium.

$15,000 Donation

Running Back Sponsors

Get up close and personal with the Buckeyes with this exclusive sponsorship opportunity.

  • Two reserved tables for 10 people in the front row
  • Logo on invitations, posters, and cover of program
  • Sponsorship recognition in press release
  • Full page ad
  • Company announced from the podium

$10,000 Donation

Receivers Sponsors

Get up close and personal with the Buckeyes with this exclusive sponsorship opportunity.

  • One reserved table for 10 people
  • Listing in program
  • 1/2 page ad and listing in program
  • Table signage

$5,000 Donation

Linebackers Sponsor

Get up close and personal with the Buckeyes with this exclusive sponsorship opportunity.

  • One reserved table for 10 people
  • Listing in the program
  • Table Signage

$2,500 Donation

Earle Bruce

Benefitting a Great Cause

Former Ohio State University Football Coach Earle Bruce has long been committed to finding a cure for Alzheimer’s Disease. Earle’s own father passed away of the disease in 1986. Earle watched a strong yet gentle man deteriorate over a period of many years. Then, in 1996, Earle’s sister was diagnosed with this Alzheimer’s. She passed away in February of this year.

When Earle had the opportunity to start The Earle & Jean Bruce Alzheimer’s Research Fund in Neurology at the alma mater he has loved since a college player, he jumped at the chance. With the help of the fraternal order of the Eagles initial donation, Earle & Jean have committed all of their fundraising efforts to this worthy cause.

What is Alzheimer’s?

Alzheimer’s disease is a brain disorder named for German physician Alois Alzheimer, who first described it in 1906. Scientists have learned a great deal about Alzheimer’s disease in the century since Dr. Alzheimer first drew attention to it.

It is the most common form of dementia, a general term for the loss of memory and other intellectual abilities serious enough to interfere with daily life. Vascular dementia, another common type of dementia, is caused by reduced blood flow to parts of the brain. In mixed dementia, Alzheimer’s and vascular dementia occur together.

Alzheimer’s has no cure, but treatments for symptoms,combined with the right services and support, can make life better for themillions of Americans living with Alzheimer’s. We’ve learned most of what we know about Alzheimer’s in the last 15 years. There is an accelerating worldwide effort under way to find better ways to treat the disease, delay its onset, or prevent it from developing. Learn more about recent progress in Alzheimer science and research funded by the Alzheimer’s Association in the Research section.

Information gathered from the Alzheimer’s Association

Coach Meyer’s Cancer Research Fund

The Urban and Shelley Meyer Cancer Research Fund is a general cancer research support fund dedicated to advancing cancer research for all cancers. The dollars raised will advance cancer research through innovative ideas, novel therapies, state of art technology, basic/translational research and many other initiatives at Ohio State’s Comprehensive Cancer Center – James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute. For more information, visit www.MeyerCancerFund.com.

Get in Touch With Us

If you have any questions about the event, please fill out the form below and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.





Woody Hayes Athletic Center
535 Irving Schottenstein 270,
Columbus, OH 43210

Lynn Bruce: 614.390.9234