Delta Sigma Pi has partnered with Upward Bound to bring you the biggest golf tournament of the year. Join us for our sixth annual stroke play tournament at Lakeridge Golf Course in Reno, Nevada this September 29th. All of the details are spelled out for you below, so now all you have to do is register.
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Not only will a prize will be awarded to the winning team but players will be rewarded for completing specific achievements on the course. The winner of the longest drive, closest to the pin, and hole-in-one will be eligible to win prizes or gifts.
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We at Dixon Golf would like to work with you at no cost to you whatsoever and offer you a win-win-win situation for you and your golfers and supporters.
So far this year, we are proud to have offered the Dixon Challenge for the 16th Annual Links Across Time Golf Tournament benefitting the Boys & Girls Club of the North Valley in June, the Special Olympics El Dorado County 10th Annual Golf Tournament at Serrano Country Club in July, and recently completed the Ricky Woodring Memorial Scholorship Golf Tournament at the Arrowcreek Golf & Country Club in Reno, NV. We would be pleased to give you references at any of these events. This year, we’ve contributed to 70+ events in the Sacramento / San Francisco North Bay area and almost 3,000 events across the country, raising more than $175,000 in cash for our benefiting charities.
First, we will send you two Sponsorship Packages for you to present to your participants which is made up of: a certificate for a dozen of our Earth golf balls, and an Amateur Sponsorship Package, which includes a dozen Earth balls, a Dixon hat and listing of their picture and bio on our website. Both of these will be mailed to you from our corporate offices in Arizona in plenty of time before the tournament. You can put the two prizes in your raffle, present them to a deserving volunteer, or use them however you choose.
Next, we would like to come to your event and present the Dixon Challenge, typically on a Par-3. Our Challenge is designed to get as many winners as possible so you can ensure that everyone has a good time and leaves feeling like a winner. I have attached several documents regarding Dixon Golf, our story and all the prizes we can bring to your event with our Challenge which donate prizes worth an average of $330 per player and some other great offers (Golfers Aide etc. etc.).
Here are a few statistics of which we are very proud. These statistics are based on the 800 charity golf events that Dixon Golf sponsored in 2011:
* 100% of events have invited us back for this year
* We give one Dixon Earth Golf Ball ($3.33 each) to every tournament player, even if they don’t take the Challenge
* On average 75-80% of players in any tournament will pay the $10 for the Dixon Challenge
* We give $330+ in gift certificates to each Challenge participant, whether they win or not
* On average 50-70% of Challenge participants will win the Dixon Challenge
* We give one sleeve of Dixon Earth Golf Balls ($10 each) to each Challenge winner
* For a tournament with 100 players we provide an average of $14,000+ in gifts/prizes
So, we provide all manpower and all gifts/prizes, and we write you a check for a 20% donation for your charity.
Please, visit our website, http://www.dixongolf.com to read about what Dixon Golf represents and why we make such a good partner at golf tournaments – our eco-friendly message resonates with players and donors alike.
We think of it as a win-win-win situation – entertainment, prizes and fun for your participants while we introduce our eco-friendly Earth ball. Most important, it’s a fun way to raise funds at no cost to you. After all, that’s why this tournament exists – to raise money
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