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Friday
Nov062015

Operation SMASH Drop!

Well, we have finally gotten everything going for our charity Smash Bros Tournament in support of Operation Supply Drop..."Operation SMASH Drop"!

The event will be held at Gulf Coast State College here in Panama City Florida, in the Advanced Technology Center, on November 14th, 2015!

There will be two parts to the tournament for people to enter if they choose. The first is a 1 v 1 "Human" league, where you will choose your fighter for the tournament at registration and stick with it to the end!

Second is the "amiibo" league, where you train and enter your favorite amiibo to fight it out with other players from around the area. Once again, you register your amiibo and stick with it through the tournament.

This is a charity tournament, so 100% of all money or item donations will go straight to Operation Supply Drop for them to use in conjunction with their great programs such as the "Supply Drop Program" where they "bring fun where there is none" to troops in hospitals or military installations across the world (US and Allied troops), the "Thank You Deployment Program" where they send veterans to various events across the world with a civilian counterparts, and finally the "Teams Program" where they focus on local groups to provide support together to directly address lowering veteran suicide, depression, homelessness, and unemployment. 

Entry is FREE, but we appreciate whatever you can donate towards Operation Supply Drop to help them on their mission to help veterans who need it. Email us at Zenspath.com@gmail.com to register early, and make sure to include what character you want to use and/or what amiibo you want to use.  Please include "Operation SMASH Drop" in the subject so I can find it easily. 

I thank all of you that have supported this event and helped me towards it upcoming realization for a fantastic cause!  I hope to see you all there Saturday, November 14th!

Sincerely,

Jeremy Powers
Zenspath.com Editor 

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