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Poultry Industry Council Fundraiser Golf Tournament

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Poultry Industry Council Fundraiser Golf Tournament

Time: September 5, 2018 from 8:30am to 4pm
Location: Foxwood Golf and Country Club
City/Town: Baden Ontario
Website or Map: http://www.poultryindustrycou…
Phone: 5198370284
Event Type: fundraiser, golf, tournament
Organized By: Casey Riddle
Latest Activity: Feb 16, 2018

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Event Description

PIC's Fundraiser Golf Tournament will be held on September 5, 2018 at the Foxwood Golf and Country Club in Baden, Ontario. Registration will open in June of 2018

PIC’s tournaments always offers a fun-filled day of golf along with an excellent opportunity to socialize and network with other industry members. Your registration and sponsorships support future education and extension projects and events that will benefit Ontario’s poultry industry. The cost will be $150 for PIC Members – $170 for Non-Members – $45 Dinner only.

 

Schedule of Events

  • Registration begins at 8:30am
  • Tee-off time is at 10:00am – “Shot Gun” start – 18 Holes, Best Ball format
  • Dinner at approximately 4:00pm

Full Day Registration Includes

  • Green fees and golf cart;
  • Continental breakfast, Club House lunch and dinner;
  • A chance at winning $10,000 at the “Hole in One” ;
  • Contests include the best team, most persistent swingers, putting contest, straightest drive and closest to the pin;
  • A gift from the prize table; and
  • A $50 tax receipt will be issued for the donation portion of the registration fee.

The following Sponsorship Opportunities will be available:

  • Golf carts               $1,000 – Executive Level
  • Drink Tickets         $1,000 – Executive Level
  • Drink Tickets         $1,000 – Executive Level
  • Specialty holes and contest $500
  • Lunch                     $  500
  • Lunch Beverage     $  350
  • Golf Hole               $  350
  • Prize Table            $  250

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