Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Shelton Quarles’ Celebrity Waiter Night at Raymond James Stadium Raises $140,000 To Benefit the Tampa Bay Area
TAMPA – Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ former linebacker and current Director of Football Operations, Shelton Quarles, welcomed 200 guests to Raymond James Stadium for his annual Celebrity Waiter Night, raising $140,000 to benefit Shelton Quarles’ IMPACT Foundation.
For just one evening, several current and former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and other celebrity friends, including Adrian Clayborn, Lavonte David, Warrick Dunn, Dane Fletcher, Vincent Jackson, Jesse Litsch, Louis Murphy, Brandon Myers and Austin Seferian-Jenkins, joined Quarles to trade football for food to become waiters for the evening.
In addition to celebrity service, guests enjoyed a cocktail reception and a four-course dinner catered by Aramark, accompanied by the finest of wine.
The Buccaneers Radio Network and 620 WDAE’s Ronnie Lane emceed the evening and World Champion Auctioneer Frank Trunzo helped raise funds through thrilling live and silent auctions.
Proceeds from the evening will help fund the Home Blitz, Shepherd’s Village Edition program and the Scholastic Reading Challenges in efforts to fulfill the mission of Shelton Quarles’ IMPACT Foundation.
The mission of Shelton Quarles’ IMPACT Foundation is to provide opportunities and resources for at-risk single-parent families throughout the Tampa Bay area.
For more information about Shelton Quarles’ IMPACT Foundation, please visit sheltonquarles.org.
About Shelton Quarles’ IMPACT Foundation
Shelton Quarles' IMPACT Foundation is on a mission to provide opportunities and resources for at-risk single-parent families throughout the Tampa Bay area. For more information, please visit sheltonquarles.org.
Photography by Stephanie Hayes