Electrical Industries Charity – Golf Championship

Electrical Industries Charity – Golf Championship

Team up with the Electrical Industries Charity and compete among the best golfers in the industry at the National Golf Championship 2016.

Sponsorship packages are now available so don’t miss a chance to showcase your business at the prestigious Belfry Hotel on Thursday 29 September 2016.

The 4 Ball competition will tee off at one of the most famous golfing locations in the UK the stunning championship Brabazon course which is surrounded by 500 acres of countryside, and boasts carpet-smooth greens and iconic holes where some of the most dramatic moments in the history of the sport have played out.

Become a sponsor now and gain publicity for your business by choosing the headline sponsorship which provides an incredible opportunity to put your company in the spotlight throughout the upcoming months. Other benefits of this great sponsorship package include two team entries of four into the National Golf Championship, welcome and on-course branding together with a full marketing package in the lead up to the event.

Those who are looking for alternative sponsorship opportunities can choose from other great packages available, such as Dinner Sponsorship at the cost of £2,000 or why not choose a Halfway House Sponsorship for just £1,000.

Haven’t booked your team yet? Don’t worry there is still time to secure your place at the 4 ball competition and play at the most exclusive course in the UK, for just £1,049 per team.

“The National Golf Championship is a fantastic event that attracts over a hundred golf enthusiasts each year.”

Managing Director, Tessa Ogle says: “The National Golf Championship is a fantastic event that attracts over a hundred golf enthusiasts each year. This event is also an excellent opportunity for industry professionals to gain exposure through a range of sponsorship packages and build business relationships in a relaxed atmosphere.”

For more information visit: www.electricalcharity.org

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