2017 CO-Japan Charity Golf Tournament
Thursday, July 27, 2017
1:30pm Shotgun Start
Riverdale Dunes Golf Course, Brighton, CO
Hosted by: Japan America Society of Colorado and Japanese Business Association of the Rockies
About Riverdale Dunes Golf Course
Draped along the South Platte River, Pete and Perry Dye crafted this 18 hole course to evoke Scotland's most picturesque links-style courses. Colorado Golfer called it the state's best public course.
This event is full. Call the Jasc office for details or to check availability.
All registered golfers will receive a lunch box, complimentary drink on course, all-you-can-eat sushi buffet dinner and fantastic prizes!
Driver Sponsor ($2,600) - Includes 4 golfers, corporate banner at tournament, logo in cart and on course sign, full page ad in event program
Lunch Box Sponsor ($1,750) - SOLD to CoBiz Financial Includes 2 golfers, logo on lunch coupon distributed to all golfers, logo on lunch box and course sign, corporate banner at tournament, half-page ad in event program
Drink Cart Sponsor ($1,600) - SOLD to IHI, Inc. Includes 2 golfers, logo on drink ticket distributed to all golfers, logo on drink cart signs, corporate banner at tournament, half-page ad in event program
Iron Sponsor ($1,500) - Includes 2 golfers, corporate banner at tournament, logo on course sign, half-page ad in event program
Wedge Sponsor ($1,000) - Includes 1 golfer plus 1 additional guest for sushi banquet, corporate banner at tournament, logo on course sign, logo in program
Contest Hole Sponsor ($600) - Includes 1 golfer plus 1 additional guest for sushi banquet, logo on sign at contest hole, listing in program
Hole Sponsor ($400) - Includes 1 golfer, logo on sign at hole
Special thanks to our Sushi Reception Sponsor!
Special thanks to our Reception Beer Sponsor!
Individual players ($200)
Additional players added onto sponsorship ($185)
Awards Banquet Only ($50)
Actual value is $135 per player; Any amount paid over $135 per player is considered a tax deductible donation according to IRS regulations.
All proceeds from this tournament support Japanese education programs in Colorado. These programs serve an important purpose in our community. The students who benefit are ambassadors for the promotion of positive Japan-Colorado relations. JASC and JBAR strive to foster the future generation of globally-minded leaders that will continue to build and maintain the strong ties that exist between Colorado and Japan.