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Win a Chance to Tee Off With Military Veterans, Actor/Comedian Rob Riggle and Raise Money for the Semper Fi Fund

Saturday, November 25th, 2017

Los Angeles, CA — November 11, 2017 — Leading media brand for the military-veteran community We Are The Mighty (WATM) and Marine Corps veteran, actor, comedian and ‘golf aficionado’ Rob Riggle have teamed up to offer a unique auction item for Charitybuzz.com. The winning bidder and a guest will have the exclusive opportunity to play in a foursome at We Are The Mighty’s 2nd Annual Rob Riggle InVETational celebrity-veteran golf tournament to benefit the Semper Fi Fund . The priceless package for this private event is available beginning Veterans Day (November 11th) and runs through Tuesday, November 30, 2017.

The 2nd Annual Rob Riggle InVETational pairs veteran and celebrity teams with civilians to contend for the lowest scores and most laughs, while raising funds and awareness for the Semper Fi Fund, one of our nation’s most respected veteran nonprofits, providing immediate and lifetime support to post-9/11 combat wounded, critically ill and catastrophically injured service members from all branches of the military and their families.

Rob Riggle has been a staple in comedic films for over 15 years. Up next, Riggle takes his first dramatic turn opposite Chris Hemsworth, Michael Shannon and Michael Peña Lionsgate’s Horse Soldiers. Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, Horse Soldier s follows 12 Special Forces immediately sent to Afghanistan following the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Riggle will play Max Bowers, an Army Colonel who Riggle actually worked under in real life during his tour in Afghanistan from 2001-2002 when Bowers was the commanding officer of the 3 rd Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group.

While Riggle has made audiences around the world laugh with his comedic talents, he also has served as a member of the United States Marine Corps. Initially joining the Marine Corps at the age of 19 in 1990, Riggle rose through the ranks and has served in various countries including Liberia, Albania, Kosovo and Afghanistan. Lieutenant Colonel Riggle recently retired from the Marine Corps Reserve and served 23 years total, 9 years active duty, 14 years in the reserves earning over 22 medals and ribbons. For more information on the 2nd Annual Rob Riggle InVETational, please visit www.InVETational.com.