Durham, NC, September 28, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Marc Reynolds, general manager of Falls Village Golf Club, has announced that the club recently hosted IBM for the Raleigh division’s season-ending tournament event on Monday, Sept. 25, at noon. Over 60 company members attended the event.
“Falls Village Golf Club was happy to host IBM for their season-ending tournament,” said Reynolds. “Our club always takes great pride in being able to provide top-level golf experiences to companies of the Triangle.”
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) is an information technology (IT) company. IBM also provides business, technology and consulting services. The Company's major operations comprise a Global Services segment, systems and technology group, software segment, global financing segment and an enterprise investments segment. IBM's business comprises three principal business segments: Systems and Financing, Software and Services. The majority of the Company's enterprise business, which excludes the company's original equipment manufacturer (OEM) technology business, occurs in industries that are broadly grouped into six sectors: financial services, public, industrial, distribution, communications and small and medium business. For more information, please visit http://www.ibm.com.
About Falls Village Golf Club:
Falls Village Golf Club was opened in 1999 and its 18-hole championship course is nestled in between scenic Carolina pines. The course stretches 7,072 yards with 48 white sand bunkers and rolling terrain that offers both beauty and challenging play for golfers of all skill levels. The course is easily accessible with its location just north of Raleigh-Durham Airport between I-40 and I-85. For more information, please call 919-596-GOLF (4653) or visit the Web site at http://fallsvillagegolf.com.
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