VIP packages available for 2019 Boys & Girls Club golf tourney

VIP packages available for 2019 Boys & Girls Club golf tourney

Ideal Christmas gift for the golfer on your list

The Boys and Girls Club of Central Vancouver Island’s popular annual Golf Tournament is returning for its 17th year on Thursday, May 30, 2019.

To celebrate, a limited number of VIP team registrations are available at ‘super early bird’ rates until Dec. 20, just in time for Christmas!

“Our team VIP packages are on sale for $700 and there are only four spots available at this rate,” said tournament co-ordinator Lisa Henderson. “These would make a great Christmas gift for your staff, business VIPs and friends. Once the limited ‘super early bird team’ registrations are gone, early bird rates are still available, so the best time to book your team in is now!”

The popular tournament will once again be held at the Comox Valley’s scenic Crown Isle Resort and Golf Community. Registration includes a full round of golf with fun activities provided by awesome hole sponsors, delicious dinner and live and silent auctions.

The event is one of the biggest fundraising initiatives on the Boys and Girls Club’s calendar and supports the Teen Entrepreneur Network Club, plus provides essential resources to the after-school programs, Adventure Club, parenting programs and summer day camps. The tournament provides the perfect opportunity for local businesses, families, and friends to have fun, network, and share support for this unique, non-profit community organization.

“There are numerous sponsorship opportunities still available for the tournament that offer excellent exposure through our media sponsors. Businesses also receive significant recognition through tournament attendees which include local business leaders,” said Henderson. “As soon as you sign up, we get to work promoting your business.”

Sponsorships are available in limited numbers per category, which include platinum, gold, silver and hole sponsors. All sponsors receive golf and dinner, signage at the event, media mentions through the Comox Valley Record and 98.9 The Goat, social media mentions and day-of-event support thank-yous. This is all in addition to supporting a great cause.

The 17th Annual Boys and Girls Club Golf Tournament couldn’t happen without the support of its amazing sponsors. The club thanks Better Mousetrap Marketing, Budget Blinds, WestJet, Thrifty Foods, 98.9 The Goat and the Comox Valley Record for coming on board early to support the 2019 Tournament.

For more information on how to register for the event, sign up as an event sponsor, or to donate items for the auctions, visit GolfForTheKids.ca or contact Brent Curtain, sponsorship co-ordinator from Better Mousetrap Marketing at brent@bettermousetrap.ca.

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