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CARD receives donation from Tampa Bay Sports Commission's campaign

Mark Fleming, Christine Rover, and GA Tech athletes

Christine Rover, CARD assistant program director, and Mark Fleming, CARD-USF constituency board chair, receive a check from Georgia Tech volleyball players.

The Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD) was presented with a $500 donation from the Tampa Bay Sports Commission’s NIL Brand Ambassador campaign, Setting the Standard – Growing the Game. The presentation was held during the Road 2 Tampa Bay Volleyball Invitational held in Tampa Aug. 25-26 as a kickoff to the 2023 season. 

The invitational included four teams: the University of South Florida, University of Florida, Georgia Tech, and Penn State. As part of the agreement and deliverables outlined by the the commission, each pair of participants was required to designate a local charity to donate $500. The Georgia Tech players selected CARD as their local charity!

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