September 22, 2015
The annual Northwestern Oklahoma State University President’s Association Golf Classic, sponsored by The Stock Exchange Bank, is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 1, at Woodward’s Boiling Springs Golf Club.
The tournament begins with a shotgun start at 10 a.m. Lunch will be served during the tournament.
The Stock Exchange Bank serves as the title sponsor of the tournament, continuing its strong support of Northwestern and the President’s Association.
The event is a benefit for the President’s Association program at Northwestern. Since its inception in 2000, the program has supported the development of the President’s Leadership Class program, sponsored the participation of students in national events and competitions, provided funds for special unmet needs to enhance teaching and learning, and supported special projects to enhance student recruitment and retention.
“We hope our alumni and businesses from all three of our campus communities will support this event and make plans for a great day of golf and fellowship,” said Dr. Janet Cunningham, university president.
“The Stock Exchange Bank and its employees have been actively involved in supporting Northwestern and its students in a number of different ways,” Cunningham said. “They are corporate partners in the truest sense of the term, and we are thrilled they will serve as the title sponsor for the second consecutive year.”
The tournament features a four-person scramble format.
Entry fees are $400 per four-person team, and will include green fees, use of a golf cart and lunch. President’s Association members who pledge at the $1,000 or $500 levels will automatically receive up to two complimentary individual entries.
Businesses or groups also may secure Ranger Sponsorships that include a four-person team entry and advertising package. Sponsorships of individual holes and tournament prizes also are available.
Entry and sponsorship information is available by contacting Steve Valencia at (580) 327-8478 or email@example.com. Entry deadline is Tuesday, Sept. 29.
Posted on Tue, September 22, 2015
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