October 10, 2014 The Navy SEAL Museum, which honors SEALs and their predecessors for their contributions to our national security, has more support coming its way.
The 24th Annual Legends Invitational, a golf event which takes place from November 14-17, 2014 at three of the most beautiful golf courses on the Monterrey coastline, will be assisting the efforts of the Museum.
Teams of Navy SEALs, in conjunction with Legends Invitational and the Museum, will take part in tactical demonstrations at the golf event, from parachuting maneuvers to rappelling with canines out of a helicopter onto Spanish Bay golf course.
John Lee, owner of the Legends Invitational and member of the Navy SEAL Museum Board stated, “I am proud to serve on the Navy SEAL Museum and also have the 24th Legends Invitational raise funds to support SEAL families in times of distress, provide scholarships and answer the significant needs of the Museum.”
The Navy SEAL Museum currently receives no federal funding and relies on contributions from patriotic and grateful supporters to continue to preserve Naval Special Warfare history, honor fallen heroes at the SEAL Memorial and care for warriors and families through the Trident House.
“The National Navy SEAL Museum is delighted to be the beneficiary of the 24th Legends Invitational,” said Rick Kaiser, Executive Director of the Navy SEAL Museum. “We will be invading Spanish Bay via parachute and helicopter with help from our Military Working Dog Miko. Should be fun for all!”
About Legends Invitational:
The annual Legends Invitational teams former NFL greats and other sports legends with corporate executives and business professionals to raise funds for worthy causes with three days of play at Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill and Spanish Bay golf courses.
About Navy SEAL Museum:
The National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum is the only museum dedicated solely to preserving the history of the Navy SEALs and their predecessors, providing the opportunity to explore the history of the Navy SEALs while honoring the fallen at the SEAL Memorial and caring for those warriors families through the Trident House.