Liberty Mutual Insurance Invitational Partners with MVAT for Aug. 18 Golf and Tennis Classic at LA’s MountainGate Country Club

The Liberty Mutual Insurance Invitational, the nation’s leading charity golf event, is partnering with the Military and Veterans Trust Foundation for our 8th Annual MVAT Golf and Tennis Classic taking place at the MountainGate Country Club in Los Angeles on Monday, August 18, 2014.


The day begins with check-in and breakfast at 8:30 am and a 10:30 am shotgun start. Golf and tennis conclude at 4:00 pm for a reception and silent auction followed by a 5:00 pm awards dinner. The winning foursome will qualify to join the winners of each of the other events throughout the year at the Liberty Mutual Insurance Invitational National Finals at TPC Sawgrass in Florida, February 25-March 1, 2015.

For Gold Level sponsors and above, a Chairman’s Dinner will be held the evening of August 17. This exclusive and exciting event will take place at the California Science Center under the dramatically lit Space Shuttle Endeavour. For further information, contact MVAT Chairman Don Schwarz:

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to win a $20,000 Australia Experience through MVAT’s incredible Golf and Tennis Classic Raffle.

“I am proud and honored to support the Liberty Mutual Invitational, a series that has raised $21.7 million for so many great charities in just four years,” said two-time U.S. Open Champion, World Golf Hall of Famer and 2014 Liberty Mutual Invitational Honorary Chairman Curtis Strange. “I encourage golfers and individual and corporate supporters to embrace an event in their local community through participation and sponsorship to help Liberty Mutual surpass its $6 million goal for charity this year.”

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There are many opportunities for local golfers and businesses to participate in the MVAT/Liberty Mutual Invitational event and help support the Military and Veterans Appreciation Trust Foundation. To discuss opportunities to play or sponsor elements of the event, please contact MVAT Chairman Don Schwarz: