Save the Date: Monday, August 26, 2024
The American Cancer Society's Annual St. Louis 'Stubby' Classic is a high-end, premier golf tournament held on 440 acres of the most scenic, beautiful and prestigious courses in the country, Boone Valley Golf Club in Augusta, Missouri. This amenity-rich event raises funds for the Society's mission to Improve the lives of people with cancer and their families through advocacy, research, and patient support, to ensure everyone has an opportunity to prevent, detect, treat, and survive cancer.
More than just a golf outing, the tournament experience gives sponsors, players, golfers and their guests, the opportunity to cultivate relationships with business leaders while funding the mission to end cancer.
The 'Stubby' Classic is named after the late Greg Stubblefield, Enterprise Holdings, Inc. Senior Executive, Cal Berkeley college football star, loving family man, and community philanthropist. Words like "Give Like Stubby" or "You're The Best" resonate throughout the tournament as we celebrate the life of Greg in his memory.
Together with your help, the second annual
Stubby Golf Classic raised $612,000 for the mission of
the American Cancer Society.
Meet our 'Stubby' Classic Chairman
Brice Adamson is President of Enterprise Fleet Management, a full-service vehicle management business and affiliate of Enterprise Holdings Inc. In this role, Adamson has overall responsibility of the Enterprise Fleet Management business, identifying innovative, cost-efficient partnerships and collaborating with Enterprise Holdings to provide expanded total transportation solutions.
Adamson is a member of the board of directors for Pedal the Cause, an annual event that raises money to support cancer research. He is also a member of the American Cancer Society's St. Louis Chapter of CEOs Against Cancer, which strives to raise awareness and funding to lead the fight towards a cancer-free world. Outside of work and serving the community Adamson enjoys golf, sailing, skiing and cycling.
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