RE/MAX Ocean Pacific Realty new title sponsor of CVHF Golf Classic

RE/MAX Ocean Pacific Realty is excited to announce its support and participation as the new title sponsor for the Comox Valley Healthcare Foundation Golf Classic – presented by RE/MAX Ocean Pacific Realty.

This charity golf tournament will be held at Crown Isle Resort & Golf Community on Friday, June 15 at 1 p.m. The primary goal is to raise funds for the foundation to enhance the local healthcare system.

Through donations, the CVHF has been able to fund over $13 million to support the purchase of vital medical technology, physical space upgrades, capital projects, patient comfort items and staff education since 1993.

The annual golf event, in its 28th year, plays an instrumental role in raising money, and in communicating the role the foundation plays in improving healthcare in the community.

In previous years, the event saw an outpouring of spirit and support from businesses and residents. Past title sponsors, organizers, participants and the CVHF are to be commended for their diligent hard work and efforts to ensure the success and longevity of the tournament and fundraising activities. They were instrumental in making this event a community tradition and made it possible for the CVHF to enhance the lives of many by improving health care in the Comox Valley.

“We’re honoured to take the torch as title sponsor for this long running successful golf tournament,” said Dave Procter, owner and managing broker at RE/MAX Ocean Pacific Realty (Courtenay & Comox). “Our offices in the Comox Valley are already working hard to help take this premiere event to new heights. RE/MAX believes wholeheartedly in giving back to the community, and this event truly makes a positive difference. We implore the residents of the Comox Valley to join in and help make this another momentous year for all.

“I am also very pleased to announce that Don McRae (former MLA) has volunteered his time to be the master of ceremonies for the event this year. My team at RE/MAX is excited to work with their contacts in the community and help CVHF run a fantastic golf tournament at Crown Isle.”

The day will include 18 holes of golf, with plenty of fun hole events and hole-in-one contests. Golf will be followed by dinner, and silent and live auctions. Registration fee is $175 per person.

Online registration opens April 15 at

Historically this event sells out quickly so book your space.

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