Buckeye Cruise for Cancer

Urban and Shelley Meyer Fund for Cancer Research

In the Media

Tailgate on the Tides: Four-night cruise with OSU legends benefits a great cause

Since 2008, Brutus, Eddie George, Archie Griffin and many more have gathered for the star-studded stay at sea that now benefits the Urban and Shelley Meyer Fund for Cancer Research and The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center: Arthur G. James Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute.

"We are here to unite Buckeye Nation for a great cause," says Lisa Cisco, founder of the event. "We take over the whole ship with 2,300 guests, 32 athletes and cheerleaders. We have auctions and Fund-A-Need that (is projected to) generate over a million dollars."

Read More: http://www.cityscenecolumbus.com/December-2014/Tailgate-on-the-Tides/

One of our Cruisers in the News

Steve Pollack

Read the feature story on Buckeye Cruiser Steve Pollack in The James Magazine "impactCancer" Summer 2012 edition. One day every week,
Steve visits with patients in radiation oncology and another day he visits with patients receiving chemotherapy treatments at The Stefanie Spielman Comprehensive Breast Center.

For the entire "impactCancer" magazine, click here.

2009 Videos


08/2010 - Press Release

02/2009 - Press Release

04/12/2008 - Disptach - View Article

Spring 2008 - The Lantern - View Article

03/01/2008 - Buckeye Sports Bulletin - View Article

04/06/2008 - Dispatch - View the article

10/19/2007 - Dispatch - View Article

Fall 2007 - Buckeye Sports Bulletin - View Article

6/17/2007 - Dispatch - View Article

Lima Couple Wins Cruise - View Article

Buckeye Cruise for Cancer