The Brooklyn/Queens branch of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation will host its Third Annual Golf Benefit (JDRF), a day of golf, food and fun and, most importantly, to help find a cure for juvenile diabetes.
The JDRF benefit will b held October 6 at Clearview Park Golf Course, 202-12 Willets Point Boulevard in Queens.
There will be a continental breakfast, BBQ at the turn, and dinner to follow at the Café on the Green (on the same property).
Eagle Sponsorship of $5,000 guarantees three foursomes, exclusive signage at the first tee, opportunity to display company banner, check presentation & acknowledgement, premium table at awards dinner.
Birdie Sponsorship of $3,500 guarantees two foursomes, signage at the first tee, acknowledgement in printed material, premium table at awards dinner.
Par Sponsorship of $2,000 guarantees one foursome, signage at selected green or Tee, acknowledgement in printed material, premium table at awards dinner.
Foursome Sponsorship is $1,000; for an individual golfer, $250; hole sponsor, $250; and dinner only, $150.
Golf and dinner seats are already being sold, so those interested in attending should secure their spots ASAP.
For more, contact Scott Palma at 718-492-1100 or email email@example.com.
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