Fundraising Tourney Slated for Children's Hospital

July 30, 2007

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Sprint and New Mexico Children’s Charities Golf Classic to Host ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Sprint and New Mexico Children’s Charities Golf Classic are teaming up to host a golf tournament on September 14 that will raise money for University of New Mexico Children’s Hospital.

The golf classic will take place at Isleta Eagle Golf Course with registration at 8 a.m. Registration fee is $125 per player or $400 for each foursome. The registration fee includes green fees, cart, lunch and awards.

The tournament is sponsored by ESP New Mexico (www.ESPNM.net), Business & Marketing Consultants, and New Mexico Youth (www.NewMexicoYouth.org), a non-profit, independent organization that partners with businesses, schools, athletic organizations, local government, law enforcement, and other non-profits to reduce risk factors for the children of New Mexico. For more information, visitwww.TheNewMexicoNetwork.comor call (505) 246-4643.

About UNM Children’s Hospital:

UNM Children’s Hospital is a tertiary care facility for the state of New Mexico and primary care center for Albuquerque and the surrounding areas. With a level 1 trauma designation, UNM Children’s Hospital provides care to patients with high acuity levels that require intensive care. When New Mexico’s children need quality care, it’s good to know there is a centralized, superior facility available to all.

The UNM Children’s Hospital team includes over 100 specially trained physicians, 300 nurses, therapists, child life workers, chaplains, technicians and support personnel who understand the special needs of children and families. Partnering with UNM Carrie Tingley Hospital for children’s rehabilitation and UNM Children’s Psychiatric Hospital, UNM Children’s Hospital offers full spectrum pediatric and neonatal care.

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