1st Annual Jefferson Township Police Departments "Putt with the Police" Junior Golf Tournament to benefit the JTPD DARE Program.
Looking for sponsors for the JTPD's 1st Annual "Putt with the Police" Junior Golf Tournament hosted at the Lake Hopatcong Golf Club on Friday, Sept 22nd.2017 @ 6pm. Kids ages 8-14 will partake in an 18-hole miniature golf game with dinner and prizes and parents can dine locally at Alice's or The Windlass.
Hole Sponsors - $50
18-hole sponsors will have a sign approx. 18" x 14" on the miniature golf course with your company name.
Banner Sponsors - $120
2 banner sponsors will have a complimentary banner design by CRK Advertising (3'x 8') that will hang on the golf course the day of the golf outing. Banner will include your company logo, text, or supplied graphics.
Banner will be given to sponsor after the event.
Major Sponsors - $200
(Max 3 sponsors) The Major Sponsor(s) will have their company logo/name added to all the advertising for this event and listed as a sponsor. They will also receive a 3'x 8' banner that will hang at the front entrance to the Lake Hopatcong Golf Club the day of the event. Banner will be given to sponsor after the event.
Golf Ball Sponsor - $250
1 golf ball sponsor will have their logo printed on the golf ball included in the gift bag all players receive.
All sponsorship donations or monetary donations can be made online at: JTPD-jr-golf.eventbrite.com
For more information, contact the event organizer, Joe Kratzel at: email@example.com Artwork: You may email your logo/graphics by August 25th (.jpg or .eps) to: firstname.lastname@example.org
All proceeds go to our DARE programs. DARE, is a drug resistance education program taught to all school children in the Jefferson Township School District DARE is designed to teaching students good decision-making skills to help them lead safe and healthy lives The goal is a world in which Jefferson Township students are empowered to respect others and choose to lead lives free from violence; substance abuse, and other dangerous behaviors