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'Hospitality Helps' golf tournament set for Aug. 16

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Here's more from the tournament organizers:

On Wednesday, August 16, the Casas Adobes Optimist Club will be hosting our 5th annual Charity Golf Outing to raise help funds for our Adopt-a-Family program for this holiday season. 100 percent of everything raised goes toward gifts, food, clothing, household goods and other basic necessities for families struggling throughout the greater Tucson metropolitan area.  

Once again, Quarry Pines Golf Course has graciously donated their course for this cause. The tournament will be a four-person shotgun/best ball contest. New this year, we are encouraging Tucson bars and restaurants to form teams of four and compete against each other to win the title of “Top Hospitality Business”.

This new tournament will be called “Hospitality Helps” an annual golf tournament for the food and beverage industry to help families in need.   We will also have a raffle and numerous prizes for the participants. 

As with previous years, we are looking for a sponsors, food sponsors and sponsors for each of the eighteen holes. Sponsors will be featured in signage, websites, social media and other promotional materials for the event, exposing your company to approximately 150 golfers during the outing and an even larger audience across Southern Arizona who follow us on social media and broadcast promotions.  For more information and pricing, contact Raynu Fernando at (520) 245-4543 or Eric Hughes via text at (520) 904-3431.

The Casas Adobes Optimist Club is a branch of the Pueblo Optimists Club, a non-profit 501c(3) organization.

Thank you in advance for your thoughtful consideration of this request.  Mark your calendar to join us Wednesday, August 16, for another outing that promises to be great fun in support of our Adopt-a-Family program!
 

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