Rotary District 5340: San Diego, California

Fundraiser: 2nd Annual Panagopoulos Embry Charitable Trust Golf Tournament

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November 19, 2015 2:00 pm - November 19, 2015 7:45 pm
Riverwalk Golf Club, Fashion Valley Road, San Diego, CA, United States
Address: Riverwalk Golf Club, Fashion Valley Road, San Diego, CA, United States
[gallery type="rectangular" ids="495,496,497"] We will be co-hosting the 2nd Annual Panagopoulos Embry Charitable Trust Golf Tournament spearheaded by our own Dimitri Panagopoulos! The tournament is Thursday, November 19, and proceeds benefit Blessed Sacrament Parish School and our own Club. The tournament kicks off at 2PM and post tournament events begin at 5:45PM. We are looking for sponsors and participants! Here is the breakdown:

Sponsors

  • Platinum ($1000)- Golf foursome (two carts); Dinner for 4; 2 T signs placed throughout course; 3 MC acknowledgements at dinner & platinum sponsor table tent at dinner table
  • Gold ($500)- Golf twosome (one cart); Dinner for two; 2 T signs placed throughout course; 2 MC Acknowledgements during dinner
  • Silver ($250)- One Golf Entry (shared cart); Dinner for 1; 2 T signs placed through course; 1 MC acknowledgement during dinner
  • Bronze ($100)- 2 T signs placed throughout course

Participants / Guests

  • $100 for Golf & Dinner
  • $60 Golf only
  • $50 Dinner only
Please let us know if you have any questions!

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