The Buffalo Wild Wings Spirit Challenge

bww spirit challenge dl The Buffalo Wild Wings Spirit Challenge

The Spirit Bracket Challenge is a fundraising challenge to help schools raise money for much needed items in their classrooms and to complete activities that they otherwise would not have been able to fund. Plus, this event offers schools a competitive way to compete in a bracket to show which school really have the most school spirit!

Much like the excitement of the March Madness brackets, schools will compete head-to-head each week attempting to raise the most money on their designated night with the goal of moving forward to the next round. Just by coming together, showing your school spirit, and enjoying the delicious food at Buffalo Wild Wings, your school can advance to the next round and continue to raise money.

During each round, selected schools will be matched head-to-head with one objective: drive more traffic and raise more money than your opponent on your designated night to advance to the next round! But, there’s no loser in the Spirit Bracket Challenge! Even the schools that do not win their weekly challenge and advance in the bracket will keep the funds raised on their designated night.

The bracket starts with 100 schools and continues until we are down to two schools for the head-to-head finals on Wednesday, March 13th, 2017. The school raising the most funds during their final night will be crowned the champion of the Buffalo Wild Wings Spirit Bracket Challenge, keep all of their funds raised throughout the competition and earn an additional $2500 from Buffalo Wild Wings!

Previous Spirit Bracket Challenge winning schools have earned over $5000 from the competition! Big or small, you can earn much needed money for your group!

Enter your school’s information, as well as a persuasive essay of 150 words or less below, and tell us why your school deserves to be selected.

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