Northern Colorado seems to love extreme sports and "different" challenges. How about some seriously muddy volleyball to support March of Dimes and healthy babies? Coming up in August you can be a part of the Mudd Volleyball tournament in Denver. My friends do this every year, so there must be joy in that dirty, sloppy mess. It happens August 6th in Aurora. Get a team together. Sign up sooner than later to support a great cause and accept a great mud challenge.

MUDD Volleyball is one of the most anticipated summertime events in Colorado. You have to see it to believe it!

In its 33rd year of fun, MUDD is also an important fundraiser for the March of Dimes Colorado chapter, raising more than $175,000 annually. Funds support March of Dimes programs of research, services, education and advocacy. These aim to help mothers have healthy pregnancies and give all babies a healthy start.

The tournament challenges over 300 coed teams comprised of 8-12 players each, knee deep in mud, and welcomes Nearly 1,000 spectators. Sponsorship opportunities are available for food and beverage, vendors, entertainment and convenience stations.

MUDD Volleyball is truly an event unlike any other and the dirtiest way to have some good clean fun for a worthy cause! By participating, you'll be a hero for Colorado babies. Join us.

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