Brad Miller BBBS Benefits Net $200,000

By Dean Pantazi

September 10, 2012 Updated Sep 10, 2012 at 8:25 PM EDT

KENDALLVILLE (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Big Brothers Big Sisters will see a $200,000 cash infusion from the eighth annual Brad Miller events to benefit the organization.

The 14 year NBA veteran and former East Noble and Purdue basketball star, who has retired as an active player, has hosted the events since 2005, and this year included an auction anf two golf events, the second being the signature event on Monday at Noble Hawk near Kendallville.

It is estimated that $850,000 has been raised by the event since its inception.

Miller is now looking formward to life after basketball, which includes his hunting show on the Sportsman Channel.
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