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THE "HOTTEST" GOLF OUTING OF THE SEASON

July 11, 2011

The award winning Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin is proud to present their 32nd Annual Jalapeno Golf Classic on Wednesday, August 24th at the Grand Geneva Resort & Spa on “The Highlands” 18 Hole Championship Course with a shotgun start at 10 a.m.

 

There are various sponsorship levels and options to meet any budget. As a sponsor, your support allows the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin to continue providing scholarships to deserving Wisconsin students. If you cannot sponsor this established event; golf related and business services donations are always a big hit.

 

As a donor and or sponsor, your company will benefit from increased visibility and expanded marketing opportunities, reaching a wide network of business and individual contacts.

 

All registrations include Gift, 18 Holes of Golf with a cart, delicious box lunch, phenomenal Mexican dinner, 3 beverage tickets and 4 “Hole-In-Ones”. Single Golfer registration is $225, a 4-some priced at $800 and a Premium 4-some for $1,000 (includes a $250 tee sponsorship).

 

For the last 18 years, portions of the net proceeds benefit the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin Education Fund / Phillip Arreola Scholarship program which has awarded $534,240 to 111 Wisconsin undergraduates.

 

For further information, please contact the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin at (414) 643-6963 or eagosto@wi.rr.com or go to www.hccw.org

 

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