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March 15, 2014

Chamber’s ‘Spring Swing’ golf tourney April 17

The Weatherford Chamber of Commerce’s annual Spring Swing Golf Tournament is set for Thursday, April 17, at the beautiful Sugar Tree Golf Club in Dennis.

There will only be an afternoon flight, which means slots will fill up fast. The 1 p.m. shotgun start will be packed with players vying for a prize and bragging rights.  

Included with entry fee, a meal will be provided to each player both before and after the flight.  Weatherford Regional Medical Center is sponsoring lunch and will provide yummy chicken sandwiches and all the fixin’s. Plains Capital Bank and Jerry’s Auto Group will be hosting a delicious dinner following the great day of golf.

Entry fees are $100 for an individual, or $400 for a team. 

Sponsorship opportunities for the 2014 Spring Swing are still available but are selling quickly.  There are openings for the celebrity hole sponsorships, which gives a representative from your company the opportunity to meet and mingle with the players and promote your business to local folks all day.

Applications for teams and sponsorships are available at www.weatherford-chamber.com or contacting Tammy Gazzola at 817-596-3801 or info@weatherford-chamber.com for questions.

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