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June 9, 2016

St. Jude Patient Soars with FedEx Purple Eagle Program

It’s typically no big deal to see your name in print…unless it’s on a plane. 13-year-old Alyssa de Jong grinned ear to ear when she saw the FedEx St. Jude Classic golf flag removed from the FedEx Cessna Caravan, revealing her name below the iconic St. Jude logo. FedEx Express joined St. Jude Children’s Research

June 11, 2015

FedEx Purple Eagle 2015 Honors St. Jude Patient Tyler West [Video]

The FedEx Purple Eagle airplane for 2015 is dedicated to 9-year-old St. Jude Children's Research Hospital patient Tyler West. FedEx also announced a large new donation at the FESJC golf tournament in Memphis.

June 4, 2014

Allie’s Air Dance

Allie Allen is a competitor—on her high school dance team and in life. Just ask her parents Eric and Debbie Allen.  For several years, Allie’s mom and dad have been lead volunteers for the Little Loopers program for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

August 3, 2012

New FedExCup TV Commercials

Following incredible success in FY12, the FedExCup golf club shipping campaign is back in FY13. The campaign allows us to strategically target an audience with a passion for both watching and playing golf with a solution to provide a better golf trip. Rather than lugging heavy clubs to the airport and worrying about their safe arrival, FedEx can ship golf clubs reliably and conveniently without hassle. Check out the ads that use classic FedEx humor to cut through the clutter to tell about our solution to traveling with clubs.

June 16, 2011

It Might Get Loud: 8 Questions with Loudmouth Golf

1. Where did the name “Loudmouth Golf” come from?The entomology of 'Loudmouth' has 3 parts, like a water molecule.

May 21, 2010

Going Beyond The Game: FedExCup Fore!Ever

I grew up around the game of golf. My father was an avid player and while he tried to pass along this heritage, I could more often be found running through the woods to find stray golf balls rather than on the tee box. Despite the fact I’m not a golfer today, I’ve always had an affinity for the sport and its interaction with nature. Apparently, I am not alone.