About the AutoNation Cure Bowl
The AutoNation Cure Bowl is more than a game. It’s a celebration of the women who are living with breast cancer today and those who will face it tomorrow. It’s a memoriam of those who have lost their battle and hope for those who fight to survive. But more than that, it’s a rally cry to the world to raise awareness and help bring an end to this deadly disease once and for all.
This nationally televised game will be played at the newly rebuilt Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Florida. Funds raised from the AutoNation Cure Bowl will directly benefit the nation’s highest rated breast cancer organization, the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, whose mission is committed to exclusively funding cancer research.
Teams and fans will be part of this historic new bowl game that feature teams from the American Athletic Conference* and the Sun Belt Conference* as it aims to someday put an end to cancer. Together we can tackle this!
About The Orlando Sports Foundation
The Orlando Sports Foundation, Inc. (OSF) was founded in May 2008 and is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to raising funding and awareness for organizations working to find a cure for cancer. OSF will support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation through funds raised by the AutoNation Cure Bowl – a new NCAA college football bowl game to be played December 19, 2015 at the Orlando Citrus Bowl and televised nation-wide on CBS Sports Network. OSF also hosts its annual Strike Out Breast Cancer bowling event and is the beneficiary of other community events such as Fire in the Park – Avalon Park Chili Challenge. OSF is led by a volunteer Board of Directors and Advisory Board. Visit the Orlando Sports Foundation Website
*Teams from the Sun Belt Conference and American Athletic Conference are scheduled to play each year. However, in years in which a conference does not have enough eligible teams to fill this commitment, teams from other conferences may be substituted.