Colorado Springs Wrestling Raising Money for Headlocks for Hospice

Colorado Springs Wrestling Raising Money for Headlocks for Hospice

Today’s events will kick off at noon with a presentation, but the actual professional wrestling event will start at 4 p.m. at Sunshine Studios. “Hospice has been really near and dear to my heart for an extremely long time, especially, Sangre De Cristo Community Care. I worked there for three years and I helped hundreds and hundreds of families when I was there. And wrestling has been part of my life for as far back as I ca remember so why wouldn’t I take the two things that I love and combine them to make this wonderful event that we have called “Headlocks for Hospice,” said Rude.

Today is the organization’s second annual charity telethon event and the money is specifically being raised for Sangre De Cristo Community Care, Non-Profit Organization right here in Southern Colorado. Randy Rude, the CEO of Colorado Springs Wrestling says they chose this charity because it puts charity money back into our Southern Colorado Community.

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