Tim Tebow Hosts Red Carpet Celebrity Gala to Benefit His Foundation


PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FL - TAPintoTravels traveled to Florida to attend the 8th Annual Tim Tebow Foundation Celebrity Golf Classic to benefit disabled, orphaned and injured children.

The Tournament Player Club at Sawgrass' (TPC Sawgrass) hosted the event in their Spanish-revival clubhouse.  The event was everything you would expect from a Red Carpet event, and more.  From the celebrities to the donors, media, and top entertainment, the event was elegant and yet...extremely fun!

"This is such a special weekend that's so much more than the golf tournament," said Tim Tebow, Founder and Chairman of the Tim Tebow Foundation (TTF).  "It's a time for the TTF family to come together and celebrate what God has done through our ministry, but also to continue the momentum of changing lives.  Whether it's the sponsors, celebrities, spectators or volunteers, this weekend really is about coming together to continue to fight for those who can't fight for themselves."

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Before the event, TAPintoTravels and media colleagues had the opportunity to interview Tim and his celebrity friends.  We discussed sports, the charity, and just having fun.  

Here some of our favorite interviews:

Javier Colon - The Voice Season 1 Winner - brings his voice to the night.

Kevin Sorbo - actor and...well...Hercules himself!

Scott Van Pelt - ESPN sportscaster and talk show host talks about Tim and his charity work.

Rion Paige before her stellar singing as the featured performer.

Urban Meyer - Head Coach of the Ohio State Buckeyes and former coach of Tim:

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