Local children receive adaptive tricycles to ease mobility challenges

Variety – the Children’s Charity of Eastern Tennessee is proud to announce Jeremy Pruitt, the University of Tennessee football coach, will attend its annual golf tournament Monday, April 30 at Willow Creek Golf Club. Before the tournament, at 8:15 a.m., Variety’s Kids on the Go! program will provide several children with disabilities from Knoxville and surrounding counties with specially-designed adaptive tricycles.

“Regal values its strong partnership with Variety, which enables us to be a part of life-changing events like these,” said Ken Thewes, Chief Marketing Officer at Regal and Chief Barker of Variety of Eastern Tennessee. “We love seeing the encouragement and support the community brings to rally around the Kids on the Go! program. Coach Pruitt is making an incredible impact on our community, and we are excited to have him with us for this year’s event.”

Coach Pruitt will take a photo with each participating group, and every player will receive a commemorative picture. Sponsored by Largo Theatre Construction and Regal, the tournament will include breakfast, lunch and a goody bag.  The adaptive tricycle recipients will attend the event with their families

“Thanks to local businesses, Coach Pruitt, and the Knoxville community, Variety’s annual golf tournament is an incredibly fun and impactful event,” said Carol Fusco, Executive Director of Variety – the Children’s Charity of Eastern Tennessee.  “Enjoy playing a few rounds of golf and experience the joy of children receiving their brand-new adaptive tricycles. This is an event you won’t want to miss!”