|AT&T and Cell Phones for Soldiers|
Even though cell phones are not permitted on course at the AT&T National, you can still show your support for our armed forces and veterans through the Cell Phones for Soldiers program. During the tournament you can pick up a sleeve at the AT&T Digital Clubhouse at Congressional Country Club to mail your old cell phone to the organization for free.
This year, AT&T will partner with Cell Phones for Soldiers, an organization established by two Norwell, Massachusetts teenagers to help buy prepaid phone cards to send to U.S. military members who are serving overseas. If you aren't attending the AT&T National, you can drop off an old cell phone at any AT&T company-owned retail store in the country.
The proceeds from the recycled cell phones will be used to purchase prepaid phone cards for military members overseas to call home. A simple call to friends and family can make a big difference for those serving our country, and there's no better time to make this donation than on the weekend we celebrate our independence. For more information, visit www.att.com/pressroom/soldiers.