Fort Myers, FL, August 26, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- September 10 is the golfer registration deadline for the inaugural Par-Tee for Tots charity golf tournament to benefit Child Care of Southwest Florida on Friday, September 16 at West Bay Club, 4500 W. Bay Blvd. in Estero. Check-in starts at 7:30 a.m., and a shotgun start at 9 a.m. kicks off this “fun-raiser,” presented by Brown & Brown Insurance, with 100 percent of the proceeds providing educational scholarships for low-income families.
Golfers of all skill levels will enjoy good food, a great course and opportunities to showcase their skills for an important community cause. Special awards and bragging rights will be presented for: Closest to the Pin (men and women), Longest Drive (men and women) Hole-In-One, Low-Net Team and Low-Gross Team. A lucky winner will also take home the pot in a 50/50 raffle.
Participants at the Par-Tee for Tots will enjoy 18 holes at West Bay Golf Club’s Pete and P.B. Dye-designed championship course, featuring stunning views and a pristine nature preserve setting. A grab-and-go breakfast and a buffet lunch will be served.
Title sponsor Brown & Brown Insurance has teamed up with Child Care of Southwest Florida to present the first-ever golf tournament to benefit that organization, whose mission is to enhance the lives of children and their families through quality early childhood education and related services to promote health and school readiness.
Along with Brown & Brown, major sponsors include ABS Distributors, AV Air Pros, CIGNA, Florida Blue, LeeSar, Lee Memorial Health System Foundation, Pure and Tri Circle Pavers. Various levels of sponsorships featuring attractive promotional opportunities are still available, from the $5,000 Double Eagle Sponsor to a $150 Tee Sponsor.
Registration for single players and foursomes is available for $125 per person. Visit www.ccswfl.org/events for a golfer registration form or sponsorship packet, or contact Lisa Tortora at email@example.com or (239) 278-1002.
Child Care of Southwest Florida, Inc.
The mission of Child Care of Southwest Florida, Inc. is to enhance the lives of children and their families through quality early childhood education and related services to promote health and school readiness.
The organization runs six early learning centers that have been accredited by the National Accrediting Council. It helps child care centers qualify for, administer and maintain USDA Child Care Food Programs to provide for the nutritional requirements of early childhood. To ensure the best possible care of children, it also provides DCF Introductory Child Care Training classes and competency exams to promote the continuing education of teachers and other educational professionals.
Sponsorship, volunteer and donation opportunities are available to the public. Visit www.ccswfl.org for more information.