Transcript: Objectives: to enjoy and create a new relationship, partners and networks in different business sectors. to create a new business opportunity for the young professional to interchange different business ideas from the top executives in casual form of communication and have career advice or vice-versa. to make it a twice a year tournament for a continuous communication among fellow participant. Summit Point OverView Events : 18 hole Golf Tournament - front 9 ( Scramble - involves choosing the one best shot following every stroke, with each team member then playing again from that one spot) - Back 9 ( Best Ball - all members of each team play their own balls on each hole. At the completion of the hole, the lowest score among all team members serves as the team score) Tee off time : 05:30AM Participant : GSB Students GSB Proffesors GSB Students Superior Officer Invited VIP Businessmen Where will the funds come from? Players Fee Sponsors Donation Tournament Initial Expenses: each members of the organizer will contribute equal amount . REMARKS : Tounament Schedule Date : Thursday, 2010 Tee off Time : 06:30 Am Awarding of Trophies : 3:00PM Raffle Draw : 4:PM By : Aldwin H. Larano Remarks The decision of the Exact Date of the tournament will be based on the Majority of the organizers. Organizers will be form a strategic plan based on this template. The Amount of the fee will be depending on how many participants, sponsor and donor will contribute to make this tournament turn out. If the tournament can still generate income after all the necessary adjustment for a successful tournament. A part of that income will put in to the concerted account to be the fund for the next Camaraderie Golf Tournament. The remaining of that income will be divided into how many organizers and distribute it accordingly. Camaraderie Golf Tournament at Summit Point Benefits for the Participants Free use of golf cart Free Snacks and Lunch Golf tournament Souvenir Chance to win for Raffle Prizes
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Transcript: Description Where and When? My event is designed to involve Eastern students and Faculty members to participate in a golf tournament where all of the proceeds go to Switch/Horrocks scholarship fund that can benefit future students down the line to help afford college. By Alex Fretz Recommendations Goals Flyer If I was to host this event again in the future I would try to advertise earlier. It was tough getting participants to play due to other events around campus that day Change the cost of the tournament to get more students involved Participants Date: 4/20/2013 Registration: 11:00AM Tee Off: 12:00PM Where: University Club of Connecticut 10 Participants Ages 20-65(Approximately) All males but open to any gender Special Event: Golf Tournament Provide a fun and leisurely event that students and faculty members can participate in a golf tournament All proceeds go to the Switch/Horrocks Scholarship fund
Transcript: Case Study: Golf tournament Budget 2013 Cost per golfer: approx. $240 2014 Title Sponsorship: $5000 Hole Sponsor: $2500 Foursome: $1200 Individual: $350 Mulligans: 3 for $100 New location: Pure Pines Private Course Council President Connection Pricing Corporate Sponsorships Sell foursome to last year's participates conclusion -Pricing Structure -Budget -Backdating -Future plans 3 Months Recruit Volunteers to man the event 2 Months Second Reminder to Golfers 1 Months Payment for Lunch Payment for Shirts Payment for Course Day of Event. 1 Week after event Thank You Notes to Sponsors 2014 changes Pricing Structure 6 Months Recruit Chairman Secure golf course Sponsors (Title Holes) Secured Begin recruiting committee 5 Months Contact Past Golfers Monthly Committee Meetings 4 Months Save the Dates Menu for Event Secure Shirts Finalize Printed Materials – banners, registration, score cards, cart titles Event is in 6 months Chairman: recently passed away; no committee 2013 facts: 59 Golfers, Total Revenue: $14,000, Net Revenue: $6,000, Council Cost per golfer $125 2014 Expected result: Double Net Revenue 2014 Highlights: New location, Corporate Sponsorships, More $$$ Backdating
Transcript: St. Anne's Charity Golf Tournament Written Venture Plan Components Marketing research was conducted to determine if there was a real opportunity for the business to be successful. We determined it would be a success through the opinions of a well respected advisor, as well as asking our potential clients if such event were to be held would they be interested. The response was encouraging, so we continued our venture plan and held our tournament as prior planned. Lastly we used our knowledge of the area and school society to assume the idea would interest many people to participate. The targeted market for our business was the students, staff and alumni of St.Anne’s Catholic Secondary School. We chose these groups because of the convenience and effectiveness for getting clients to the course. The distance was easy for all to get to, as well as the time. Our targeted market had about 600 students 45 staff members and 10-15 alumni, however we were only expecting 45-60 clients and would only accept a maximum of 65 clients. Our competitors in the region were the golf course where we held our tournament. Other golf courses would also be competitors depending on the convenience for the client. To promote our venture plan and to sell our product we developed posters to educate our potential clients. Also we created a large sign to encourage and promote our venture. Lastly we passed the venture through word of mouth and by accessing our allies. The most successful method of promoting our venture was by passing the idea through word of mouth and accessing our allies. Resource Analysis The equipment we used to run our tournament varied from pencils, paper, calculators, pens, rulers, cash box, tables, chairs, plates, utensils, golf course, and golf clubs. The human resources used were the three of us; Jordan Brand, Ryan Watson, and Brock Dykxhoorn, as well as Mr Grace, and we also had assistance from the staff at the Woodlands Golf Course. The only inventory need for our event was the inventory of food provided by the golf course but we did not deal with that directly. We also had an inventory of prizes for the winners of various competitions. The space required for our event was a golf course which was located in Clinton Ontario as well as a space for people to eat their meal after. The resources above costed us nothing do to the fact that all of our utensils were just borrowed and returned, the prizes were donated by various companies, and the help for our human resources didn’t cost us anything due to the fact that the golf course staff were included in the payment of golf and dinner. The dinner itself was included in the total cost that we had to pay the golf course at the end of the event. Our time also didn’t cost us anything nor did Mr Grace’s time as he generously helped us on his spare time and in class. The rules and regulations that applied to our venture are that players must play a legal game of golf without cheating and hand in their scorecard after they are done. We also had to follow all of the regular golf course rules that apply for everyone who is on the course. To protect our venture we estimated the amount of people that we thought would come out and told the golf course. We also made sure that the people who were golfing and eating paid before they went on the golf course or ate their food. This was very important as we wanted to make sure that nobody was able to golf for free or take advantage of our venture to benefit themselves financially. Operating Strategy Our project was decided upon to be a partnership. We have three contributing members in Jordan Brand, Brock Dykxhoorn and Ryan Watson. We all contributed roughly the same amount of work towards the final project and event. Overall we all contributed evenly in organizing and running the tournament. We did not specifically outline certain aspects that each person would take care of. We decided upon what we were going to work on at the beginning of each class and we split it up from there. We agreed that everyone will contribute even amounts and that we will work as a team at all times. We also agreed as a group about what organizations we would be donating the profits to. Our service was organized very well before we went to the tournament so that we could limit the number of problems or obstacles that we would encounter during the event. We were very well organized and made sure we had all of our bases covered. We had informed the golf course about our tournament about a month and a half before the event date and then we also confirmed with them the exact numbers for golf and food 3 days before the event. On the day of the event, we were worried about some rain that could cancel the event so we were in contact with the golf course to make plans and limitations for the event. Our channel distribution was direct and came through word of mouth and physical posters around the school. We did not sell anything over the internet or over the phone,
Transcript: Sponsors receive signage at the tee with their company name and logo thanking them for their generous support of the 5th Europe 2015 Independent Travel Unit. Tournament package for golfers, meals, beverages and shirts for volunteers. Will cost $19042.15 Based on 144 golfers and 10 volunteers. Basic cost breakdown... To increase the success of this event we are looking to gather sponsors and prize donors. This will in turn increase our profit. Tournament Sponsors Gold Sponsor: $999.00 * Entry Fees for 144 Golfers gives us $23,760.00 plus $1800 in Hole Sponsorship for a profit of $6354.59. Minus the family 10% the unit will receive $5719.13 giving each girl and leader $272.34. Bigger and Better Tournament Tournament package for golfers, meals, beverages and shirts for volunteers. Will cost $19042.15 Based on 144 golfers and 10 volunteers. Looking to host 144 golfers to help the 5th Euro Unit raise funds for their trip. This fundraiser can be a major contributor to the girls and leaders funding. - receive company logo on event banner - recognition, - screen printed company logo on event shirts (one colour only) - company name or logo on signage throughout the tournament By adding the Hole Sponsors we are adding $1800 to the budget to help offset costs. With the option of adding more goodies to our golfers goodie bag. Prize donations will in turn increase the profit as people will be bidding on items in our auction and the more items the more profit. - Receive company logo on event banner - Recognition Important Info Entry Fees for 144 Golfers gives us $23,760.00 For a profit of $4717.85. Minus the family 10% the unit will receive $4246.06 giving each girl and leader $202.19. All families will receive a golf tournament package consisting of: Four Entry Forms Two Sponsorship/Prize Donations Forms Silver Sponsor: $799.00* One Last Note... Creating a Successful Golf Tournament Location: Anderson Links Golf Course, Carlsbad Springs, ON Sponsors and Gift Donations Proposed Fundraiser... Golf Tournament on July 10, 2014 Hole Sponsorship: $100 per hole* Two foursomes per hole with a total of 18 holes gives us 144 Golfers (the maximum amount of golfers we can have). Best Ball Format with a "shot gun" start. *All sponsors need to be approved by Girl Guides of Canada Understanding the Golf Tournament Prize Donors Looking for prizes for various contests and silent/live auction *All sponsors need to be approved by Girl Guides of Canada We are not asking families to golf themselves we are asking you to find friends, colleagues, church or club members and family to participate, we are not asking you to pay for a foursome we are asking that you find 4 people who would enjoy a day of golf and who would like to support our girls. We are hoping that each family can find at least one foursome, if you can find 2 that would be even better as we would have enough golfers to meet our maximum numbers making this a very profitable event for the unit. *Maximum sponsorship allowed by Girl Guides of Canada for this event. Extra forms will be available online at www.laporteimaging.com/gggolf or on the Euro Website. If you wish to personalize a Sponsor form a word document will be available on the website for you. We are asking that forms be mailed to the Golf Committee and that cheques be made payable to GGC Ontario Council
Transcript: Minimum Bid $1,500 5 nights in Aspen Colorado 3 bedroom condo Sleeps 6 $500 Air Voucher Thank You! Live Auction at the beginning of dinner Thank You to Dr. Brice Arndt Andrew Devitt Memorial Annual Golf Tournament Vacation
Transcript: Integrity Judgment Respect Courtesy Honesty Sportsmanship Responsibility Perseverance Confidence Annual Golf Tournament 2018 - Memories TFT 2018 Memories 2018 Memories 2018 Memories 2018 Memories 2018 Memories 2018 Memories 2018 Memories 2018 Memories Our Impact Our chapter was established in 2005 with the mission to positively impact the lives of young people by providing programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values, and promote healthy choices through the game of golf. The Nick Baylock Spring Break Camp Outreach American Heart Association Dublin Easter seals Special Olympics Summer Camp Presented by ClubSport Pleasanton Contributors More Explaining Title Sponsor Major Sponsors Eagle Sponsors Birdie Sponsors The First Tee Facility USGA Putting Green "Campus" Utilization Our campus is located on the grounds of the Alameda Fairgrounds and works in conjunction with the Pleasanton Golf Center and is the chapter's "home campus" hosting a large percentage of the chapter's green grass activities. This new development designated for The First Tee of the Tri-Valley will host the following existing programs as well as provide many avenues for growth. Year-round Golf Tournaments Outreach Programming National School Program-Teacher Instruction Chamber Networking Mixers LPGA Girls Golf Travel Squad Golf Year-round Life Skills Experience Classes The Nick Baylock Spring Break Camp Summer Camp Presented by ClubSport Pleasanton Fall Camp New Year's Camp Night Golf Exposure The new chapter designated practice campus is located adjacent to the Pleasanton 9-Hole Golf Course and is visible to its patrons and attendees to the Alameda Fairground Horse Races. The following breakdown represents additional campus visibility. The Pleasanton 9-Hole Golf Course hosts approximately 32,000 rounds of golf throughout the year. All patrons will have visibility to the new "Campus" and associated signage. The Alameda County Fairgrounds has an annual attendance of 450,000 visitors. More specifically they have 45,000 race track attendees through their 12 annual days of racing. Participant Visits..................................................................9,000 Parent/Guardian Visits........................................................4,500 PGC Annual Golfers...........................................................32,000 Coach & Volunteer Visits.....................................................1,500 County Horse Race Attendees........................................45,000 Alameda County Fairgrounds Annual Attendance....450,000 Social Media & More Exposure The First Tee Tri-Valley Website FaceBook Twitter Monthly Newsletter Snapchat Yelp Monthly Participant Emails LinkedIn Instagram Electronic Screen on Bernal & Valley (365-24/7) Contact Info Follow Us 925.399.8644 Customize and add your content Separated Design Elements: Contact Info Follow Us 925.399.8644
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