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March-2011


CHARITY GOLF EVENTS “New trends, ideas, & results in Golf Tournament Marketing”


Vol. 1 Issue 2


CharityGolfSites.com (CGS) offers a turnkey website to easily promote & manage your golf outing. Your CGS website is customized with complete event information, sponsor recognition, online registration and more! Raise more at your Golf Outing with CGS!


Paid Advertisement Welcome To Issue #2 We are so proud of the response we Choices Volunteers Playing Format


Golf Course Choice On Course Contests Super Ticket Package


Photography-Audio/Visual Committee Planning


Award Purchases Registration Auctions


Are you ready to BEGIN? As a Golf Tournament Manager I am


very precise when it comes to the selection of what to buy, where to play, who to recruit,


Player Gifts Dinner/Lunch


Choices


received from our 1st issue in February that we decided to continue this thing we call Charity Golf Events Newsletter! We knew that we filled a need for this type of publication when we received KUDOS from experts in this industry for a job well done last month! We vow to continue to work hard to keep your interest, if you are kind enough to share it with colleagues, friends, and most importantly charities who need the help and advice. Our content will improve over time as well as the look to make your reading an enjoyable experience! (Call us about an exclusive page ad!) SIT BACK & ENJOY OUR MARCH ISSUE!


…..how much to spend, etc., etc.! My confidence stems from the fact I play & manage charity events for a living. With 300+ charity golf committees in my portfolio, I have the experience and proven results to make everything come together very nicely. TODAY’s TIP: COURSE SELECTION: Public, Semi-Private, or a Private Golf Course? Let’s use some simple MATH logic: You book the golf course type by first factoring in the “cash-capability” of your potential players. If non-corporate you will play a “MUNI”, if corporate, you need to step up & play a Semi-P, or Private. Finally, treat the planning like any sales drive or business goal….. & get the Committee Members to buy in and be held accountable. (TRUST IT)


Bob Gaudreau-PGS


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