About ACE SHOOTOUT
The 2021 annual Ace Shootout will bring together teams of celebrities to compete in fun challenges on the Mauna Kea golf course. Rivalries and hilarity will be in full force all while the players raise funds and awareness for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals®.
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To find out more about CMN Hospitals, visit cmnhospitals.org
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A Message From Teri Nestel
President and CEO of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals
For the past 23 years, Ace Hardware has hosted the Ace Shootout, benefiting Children's Miracle Network Hospitals®. In that time, more than $29 million has been raised and millions of children have been treated with quality care because of the generosity of Ace and their vendors. This annual event not only raises much-needed funds for our member hospitals, it showcases the great partnership we at CMN Hospitals have with Ace.
Thanks to the players, vendor sponsors, staff, volunteers and fans for joining us at the Ace Shootout each year. This event is not only fun and entertaining; it also raises money to help us treat the millions of children we serve each year in our hospitals.
On behalf of the entire Children's Miracle Network Hospitals staff and, most importantly, the children we serve, thank you to everyone involved with this event.
Meet the 2020 Players
The 2020 lineup players has included multiple awards and accolades in sports and entertainment.
Our 2020 Hosts
Steve Young is a 3x Super Bowl Champion, Super Bowl XXIX MVP and Pro Football Hall of Famer. He was named NFL MVP twice in his career. Today he is an NFL analyst for ESPN.
Charlie Rymer was a professional golfer on the PGA Tour and a former analyst and Morning Drive co-host on Golf Channel. He has covered Golf for ESPN, CBS, NBC and USA.
About Children's Miracle Network Hospitals
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals® raises funds for 170 children’s hospitals that support the health of 10 million kids each year across the U.S. and Canada. Donations go to local hospitals to fund critical life-saving treatments and healthcare services, along with innovative research, vital pediatric medical equipment, child life services that put kids’ and families’ minds at ease during difficult hospital stays and financial assistance for families who could not otherwise afford these health services. When we improve the health of all children and allow them the opportunity to reach their full potential, we also improve our communities for years to come. Together, we can change kids’ health. Together, we can change the future. To learn about Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and your local children’s hospital, visit Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.
About Ace Hardware
Ace Hardware is the largest retailer-owned hardware cooperative in the world with more than 5,400 locally owned and operated hardware stores in approximately 70 countries. Headquartered in Oak Brook, Ill., Ace and its subsidiaries operate an expansive network of distribution centers in the U.S. and have distribution capabilities in Ningbo, China; Colon, Panama; and Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Since 1924, Ace has become a part of local communities around the world and known as the place with the helpful hardware folks. For more information, visit Ace Hardware | The Helpful Place - Ace Hardware or Ace Hardware Newsroom.
About the Ace Hardware Foundation
As the official charitable division of Ace Hardware Corporation, the Ace Hardware Foundation helps enhance the vision of being the “Helpful Place” in local communities across the country and around the globe through charitable giving. The Ace Foundation provides support and philanthropic opportunities to its consumers, retail store owners, vendors and team members to give back to local communities through fundraising efforts for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and American Red Cross Disaster Relief. Ace Hardware has been a national partner for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals for the last 30 years, raising over $150 million during that time.