January 11, 2013

Cast your vote for the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families in the NCAA Coaches’ Charity Challenge

University of South Carolina Men's Basketball Coach, Frank Martin, is competing in the 3rd annual ESPN Infiniti Coaches' Charity Challenge, where 48 NCAA head men's basketball coaches across the country compete for online votes to win $100,000 for a designated charity. Coach Martin chose the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families as his charity.

Starting Monday, vote for coach Fred Martin at espn.com/infiniti.

The South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families is asking everyone to vote and vote often (once per day is allowed). Do your part in helping Coach Martin and fathers win. Follow the center on twitter (@SCFathers) and Facebook (facebook.com/SCCFF) to keep up with the latest news and updates on the Infiniti Coaches' Charity Challenge. Also, follow Coach Martin on twitter (@FrankMartin_SC) and help spread the word.

Infiniti sponsors special initiatives to help NCAA coaches raise funds for charity and inspire basketball fans to give back to their communities. In 2011, Infiniti launched the inaugural Coaches’ Charity Challenge in which 14 coaches from around the country competed for online votes for a chance to win $100,000 for their designated charity. In 2012, Infiniti expanded the challenge from 14 to 48 of the nation’s top NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball coaches.

The event lasts 10 weeks, with coaches separated into four regions: Northeast, Northwest, Southeast and Southwest. The coach with the most votes out of each region (after several weeks of voting) will make it to the final four, where the voting resets. Last year, Coach Thad Matta of Ohio State University was crowned the winner.

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