Morton Grove, IL, May 21, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Spring is the traditional time that the Morton Grove Chamber of Commerce & Industry holds its big fundraising golf outing. The 36th annual outing is scheduled for Wednesday, June 18, 2014 starting at 9:30 am at the Chevy Chase Golf Club located at 1000 North Milwaukee Avenue in Wheeling, IL.
One of the Morton Grove Chamber's biggest fund-raising events, this golf outing is seeking those interested in a day of golf and business networking to help kick of the spring and find a cure for harsh winter. A foursome can be reserved for $560 which includes golf, golf cart, goodie bag and lunch. A golf and dinner package is available which adds two drink tickets and a buffet dinner. Individual golf and dinner packages are $150 and those who don't golf can attend the dinner for $40 with a golf and dinner combo available for $150.
Many new events and games will be held this year including: The Dixon Hole Challenge, putting contest, Hole-in-Contest, Longest Drive, Closest-to-the-Pin and Longest Putt. A "Game Play Package" can be added for $10 (excluding the Dixon Hole Challenge). Mulligans are 2 for $10.
Sponsors will be recognized for their generosity in the Chamber's printed and online newsletters, at the event in the dinner program and announcements along with e-blasts, signage on the course and in local media. Some of the opportunities to support the event range from the "Eagle" sponsor at $1000, Lunch at $350, Holes at $100, carts at $50 and more. Interested companies and individuals are asked to contact Debbie Juris at the Chamber for more details at 847-965-0330 or email@example.com before the end of May.
Reservations are due by Tuesday, June 3, 2014 and can be made by contacting Debbie Juris at the Chamber Office.
The Chevy Chase Golf Club has been hosting golfers since 1927, designed by renowned architect Thomas Bendelow. The championship 18-hole course was renovated in 2002 by Bob Lohmann. There are 125 acres with deep pot bunkers lined with native grasses along with rolling greens and bent grass fairways coupled with four sets of tees to challenge players at all skill levels.
Morton Grove Chamber Executive Director, Debbie Juris, said "Please make sure to join us, we look forward to seeing you out on the course again this year." and Chamber President Jeannine Como added, "Thank you to all who support the Chamber with their generosity and participation."
More About the Morton Grove Chamber
The Morton Grove Chamber of Commerce and Industry is dedicated to promoting and advocating for the local business community to ensure the continued economic, cultural and civic well-being of Morton Grove. We are a vehicle for business to work collectively to build their business and enhance the economic make-up of the community. We inform businesses and advocate on their behalf about local, state and federal issues.
For More Information, Contact:
Debbie Juris - Executive Director
6101 Capulina Ave.
Morton Grove, IL 60053
847-965-0330 Fax: 847-965-0349