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Seahawks Kicker Steven Hauschka To Host Celebrity Ping Pong Tournament

Limited tickets are available with proceeds benefitting No Child Sleeps Outside campaign.

Steven Hauschka hosted a Celebrity Ping Pong Tournament in Seattle with other local celebrities including Seahawks Legend Jim Zorn which benefited the Mary's Place and the No Child Sleeps Outside campaign that aims to bring families without a safe and dry warm place to sleep.

WHO:Seahawks kicker Steven Hauschka and University of Washington Head Coach Chris Peterson return for this year's event. Additional celebrities will be announced soon, including Seahawks players, Legends and other local sports celebrities.

WHAT:Steven Hauschka Celebrity Ping Pong Tournament

WHEN:Monday, December 5

TIME:5:30-9 p.m.

WHERE:West Club, CenturyLink Field 

HOW:Fans are invited to play in the elite single elimination tournament or challenge celebrities to an exhibition match.

  • 12 players will have a chance to battle Hauschka and other celebrity guests in Ping Pong for $1,200 entry fee.
  • Fans will be able to challenge a celebrity to an exhibition match for $100 a game or play doubles against celebrities with a friend for $150.

General Admission: $25

Premium Admission: $75 (includes two drinks and two raffle tickets)

VIP Access: $500

WHY:Each night in King County, over 550 families sleep outside.  Most are single mothers with children, who sleep in places that are cold, wet, and unsafe.  Proceeds from the event will help Mary's Place raise over $500,000 to open a crisis-response winter night shelter as part of the No Child Sleeps Outside campaign.

About Mary's Place

Mary's Place is a non-profit organization that empowers homeless women, children and families to reclaim their lives by providing shelter, nourishment, resources, healing and hope in a safe community.  Visit

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