18th Annual Mequon Thiensville Golf Outing

July 2, 2011

Golf at Mee-Kwon Park Golf Course on Friday, July 22 for the M-T Chamber 18th Annual Golf Classic. Golfing fee includes18 holes of golf with cart, beverage tickets and picnic dinner buffet. Also enjoy contests, prizes, raffle and networking. Live music, cash bar and award presentations following golf.

 

12:30 pm: Registration, light lunch and networking

2:00 pm: Shotgun Start - Scramble Format

 

Enjoy the opportunity to win Hole-in-One Contest Prizes:

Win a $10,000 Cash Prize

Sponsored by Richmond Investment Services

 

Brand New 2011 GM Vehicle

Sponsored by Sommer's Automotive

 

Prizes will also be awarded for other contests including straightest drive, closest-to-the pin, longest putt and more.

Golf Fee: $75.00

Includes golf, shared cart, light lunch, beverage tickets and buffet style picnic dinner.

Advanced payment is required.

 

Registration options:

Register Online www.mtchamber.org

Call the chamber office at 262-512-9358

Email info@mtchamber.org

Fax your Golf registration form and payment information to 262-512-9359

 

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