Binghampton Brewhaha – Party for LifeDoc
From 1 pm to 11 pm on Saturday, October 8 at Hampline Brewing Company, 584 Tillman Street, Memphis Health + Fitness Magazine, F45 Germantown, Memphis in May BBQ Team Memphis Latin Porkers and Hampline Brewing will join forces to host the Binghampton Brewhaha, a celebration and fundraiser to support LifeDoc Health’s mission to build healthier communities by preventing Diabetes and Obesity through healthcare and research.
The family friendly event will feature live music by Semi Average Joe, Heartbreak Hill, James Godwin, Relentless Breeze and DJ Xander, complimentary barbecue from the Memphis Latin Porkers BBQ Team and more, including one free beer for participants in the Memphis Health & Fitness Magazine Fun Run. Participants are also entered to win Hampline Brewing swag throughout the day.
The free three-mile fun run will take place at 5 pm and is sponsored by Memphis Health + Fitness Magazine and F45 Germantown.
“Running brings communities together, especially when there’s a worthy nonprofit like LifeDoc involved,” said Memphis Health + Fitness Magazine Publisher Amy Goode. “Who says BBQ, beer and running can’t coexist? I’m looking forward to a great event filled with food, fun and fellowship.”
LifeDoc Health, through healthcare and research, aims to build healthier communities by preventing chronic diseases like diabetes and obesity.
With several locations around town, they offer quality-driven, research-based healthcare with a commitment to compassionate care. Many rely on them for their primary care and consider them their healthcare home.
“Prevention is our secret sauce to better healthcare,” said LifeDoc Health’s Executive Director Pedro Velasquez Jr. “Events like this put on by great organizations like Hampline Brewing, Memphis Health, + Fitness Magazine and F45 will help to raise awareness about this important need in Memphis and the great work done by our team. The hope is to find friends to help us serve the communities that need us. Hampline Brewing understands and appreciates the connection LifeDoc Health has made with the community and now wants to support them in a bigger way.”
“Our brewery is a place where connections are made between all different sorts of people and where we aim to push all good things about Memphis forward” said Hampline Brewing partner Martha Hample. “It makes perfect sense for us to support LifeDoc Health as they do so much for our community.”