Splatter that Matters paintball tournament at Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center

Whose to say that you shot your boss in the back with a paint gun on purpose?

The Doorways, formerly known as Hospital Hospitality House of Richmond, has long been known for its annual signature events including SAVOR and The Fancy Hat Party. Today, The Doorways staff and Board of Directors is excited to announce its newest signature event, ‘Splatter that Matters’, a corporate paintball tournament to be held on April 16, 2016 at Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center.

“This day of fun at Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center is truly a different way to give back,” said J.C. Poma, Community Outreach Manager of The Doorways. “We’re excited to partner with Three One One Productions, SMG Richmond and The Doorways Young Professionals Council for Richmond’s newest teambuilding office party.”

Featuring different organizations from across the Richmond region, each team of ten will have their own office party space within the team village and is guaranteed 4 paintball games against other area organizations. Each game will take place on the field at Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center and will feature a tournament style field produced by KPS Paintball.

Visit www.thedoorways.org for more information on both sponsorship and team registration information.

For more information on The Doorways or ‘Splatter That Matters’, please contact J.C. Poma at The Doorways, 804-828-6901 ext. 150 or jpoma@thedoorways.org.

About The Doorways: The Doorways provides lodging and non-medical services to families and individuals in medical crisis. Guests are referred by physicians, staff and social workers from area hospitals. Since The Doorways opened in 1984, it has served more than 150,000 guests from across Virginia, the United States and beyond. The Doorways mission is to provide lodging and support for patients and their loved ones who need to be close to Richmond hospitals but not far from the feeling of home.

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Richard Hayes

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