Golfers from the world of advertising, marketing, design, PR and publicity are lining up to take part in the forthcoming Publicity Association Northern Ireland (PANI) Golf Day 2014 sponsored by Golf Nation.
In past years, the prizes available on the day have been the envy of the golf fraternity from the chance to win an Aston Martin in a hole in one competition to designer MD Golf Aston Martin golf bags and this year it is planned to live up to the excitement of previous years..
David Millsopp, UK Sales Director of Golf Nation said: “We are thrilled to be part of the sports action at PANI’s Golf Day 2014. Our company supports many local players both domestically and internationally. We are hopeful that we can cultivate some great young talent into world class players. Likewise supporting our amateur golfers locally is a fun opportunity for us to showcase to our local market. The PANI Golf Day is a much anticipated annual event in the advertising and PR industry and we are delighted to be title sponsors of such a fine event”
Tee times kick off at 1.15pm at Malone Golf Club on Friday 12thSeptember, but for non-golfers, or for those who would like to make a day and night of it, the post-course prize giving dinner at The Clubhouse will make for a great evening of fun and networking.
Chair of PANI, Cathy Martin says: “At PANI we have a very busy schedule of social and professional events throughout the year for both members and non-members from across the advertising, marketing, design and public relations industries. Our golf day, which is one of our longest standing events, has always been very well supported and attended by the industry. It’s a chance for everyone to relax and get involved in some face to face social networking – or even compete with our peers in a fun way – outside of the office or studio environment.”
Team entry is £300, individual entry is £80 and an evening guest ticket is £30. Places are limited so please book early. To book, email email@example.com
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