This year we are thrilled to announce that the 25th Annual CBDA Golf Tournament will be held at Cypress Point Country Club on Friday, September 25, 2020.
All guests will have the opportunity to bid on an array of prizes at this year’s silent auction, and we will distribute raffle prizes following each tournament.
We cannot execute an event of this stature ourselves, which is why we need you! We have several levels of sponsorship opportunities and we would love your consideration. Why sign up to be a sponsor you ask? 1. Receive Valuable, Immediate Exposure 2. Grow Authority and Increase Brand Awareness 3. Put Your Business Front and Center and Increase Your Reach 4. Reconnect with Past Customers and Generate Renewed Leads/Relationships 5. Generate Strong Leads from New Customers Please click on this Sponsorship / Golf Registration Link https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2020-cbda-25th-annual-golf-classic-tickets-111945542130 for more details on all of the exciting opportunities! We thank you in advance for supporting CBDA and cannot wait for you to join us in making the 25th Annual CBDA Golf Tournament a huge success!
For more information:
Jeanne Evans-Cox, Executive Director
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For more information on sponsorship opportunities during their annual golf tournament:
Sponsorship / Golf Registration Link https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2020-cbda-25th-annual-golf-classic-tickets-111945542130
CBDA or the Central Business District Association - works with government, community, and business leaders in developing meaningful relationships to promote the area as a primary center for business which offers unique professional, retail, residential, cultural and recreational opportunities. It provides a forum to identify and define issues of importance to its membership, including the attraction to, and retention and growth of businesses within the Pembroke Strategic Growth Area.
CYPT or Cypress Point Country Club is a semi-private golf club featuring an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Thomas Clark. The course is nestled in a quiet, out of the way, golf-club community adjoining Lake Lawson and Lake Smith.