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Annual I-CAR Collision Repair Education Foundation Golf Fundraiser Slated for Salt Lake City in 2011

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The 10th annual Collision Repair Education Foundation golf tournament fundraiser event will take place the afternoon of Thursday, July 14, 2011 in Salt Lake City. This fundraising event will take place in conjunction with other industry meetings (CIC, NABC, SCRS and I-CAR) that week, and the funds raised will assist the foundation to support automotive collision students and their school’s collision programs.

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Attendees will enjoy an afternoon of golf at Stonebridge Golf Club, minutes from Salt Lake International Airport and downtown Salt Lake City. Stonebridge offers 27 holes designed by U.S. Open champion and renowned course designer Johnny Miller. Following the golf event will be an evening dinner reception. Sponsorship opportunities for the 2011 event, which are available at a first-come, first serve basis, include:

Dinner Sponsorship ($5,000)
Golf Club Head Cover Sponsorship ($5,000)
Eco Friendly Coffee Cub Sponsorship ($5,000)
Golf Ball & Sleeve Sponsorship ($5,000)
Golf Towel Sponsorship ($3,000)
Lunch Sponsorship (SOLD)
Beverage Cart Sponsorship (SOLD)
Golf Cart Sponsorship ($3,000)
Bottled Water Sponsorship ($3,000)
Scotch & Cigar Bar Sponsorship ($3,000)
Exclusive Hole-in-One Contest Sponsorship ($1,500) 2 available
Exclusive Long Drive Contest Sponsorship ($1,500) 2 available
Exclusive Closest-to-the-Pin Sponsorship ($1,500) 2 available
Mulligan Sponsorship ($1,500)
Beverage Can Koozie Sponsorship (SOLD)
Photography Sponsorship (SOLD)
Golf Tee Pack Sponsorship ($1,000) Unlimited
Exclusive Green Sponsorship ($750) 11 available
Exclusive Tee Box Sponsorship ($750) 11 available
Supporting Sponsor ($250) Unlimited

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“In 2009, this event raised $20,000; in 2010, it raised $35,000; and in 2011, we plan on continuing this trend of raising additional funds for collision students and schools through the industry’s support, sponsorship and participation,” said Education Foundation Executive Director Scott Kruger. “I would encourage those interested in participating as a sponsor and/or an attendee to contact us early, as this event has become quite popular.”


More information:

This event is open to all industry professionals, and registration will be available through the foundation’s website on a first-come, first serve basis starting in January 2011.

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Questions about the event’s sponsorship opportunities can be directed to [email protected].

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