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2827 Ramada Way, Ashwaubenon, WI 54304 | 920-272-0110 | info@ccsgb.org

Center for Childhood Safety 4th Annual Golf Classic

August 28, 2017

The Center for Childhood Safety (CCS) will host the 4th annual Golf Classic on Friday, September 15 at Thornberry Creek at Oneida (4470 N Pine Tree Road, Green Bay, WI 54155). Check-in begins at 8 a.m., the shotgun start is at 9 a.m., and the awards ceremony ends the event at 2 p.m.
 

The event will feature on-course competitions such as Hole in One (for a chance to win a car) and Beat the Pro as well as raffles for Packers tickets, signed jerseys, and other prizes.  Guests will be able to purchase all events in advance, so there will be no asks for money on the course.
 

Registration for the event is $500 per foursome ($125 per person) and includes 18 holes of golf with a cart, use of the driving range, lunch, and hole prizes. For tax purposes, $100 of the $500 fee for registering a team is a charitable contribution.
 

In addition to golfing in the event, sponsorship opportunities are still available and are 100% charitable contributions.

  • Title Sponsor- $5,000

    • Hole sponsorship with signage, beverage sponsorship, four foursomes, recognition in registration packet, recognition during award presentation, opportunity to promote company at sponsored hole, and provide an item for attendees’ gift bag

  • Green Sponsor- $2,500         

    • Hole sponsorship with signage, two foursomes, recognition in registration packet, recognition during award presentation, and opportunity to promote company at sponsored hole

  • Tee Sponsor- $1,000

    • Hole sponsorship with signage, one foursome, recognition in registration packet, recognition during award presentation

  • Hole Sponsor- $150

    • Signage at hole
       

Donations or golf registration can be done online at www.ccsgb.org. For more information about this event or for general childhood safety information, please call the Center for Childhood Safety at 920-272-0110 or visit www.ccsgb.org.

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