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Pre-Show Golf Tourney To Raise Funds For Industry Charity

LCT Staff
Posted on February 8, 2017

Las Vegas is one of the best places for golf, especially before an International LCT Show (photo from Dan Perry via Flickr.com CC license here)
Las Vegas is one of the best places for golf, especially before an International LCT Show (photo from Dan Perry via Flickr.com CC license here)
LAS VEGAS, Nev. --- International LCT Show attendees will get a chance to enjoy some desert sunshine and a day of golf before hitting the Sands Expo for the world's largest limousine trade show.

The 1st Annual Official Vegas Invitational will be held Sunday, March 12 at 10:30 a.m.  at the Revere Golf Glub, 2600 Hampton Dr., Henderson, Nev. Cost is $125 without club rentals and $175 with club rentals. Fees include green fees, cart, practice balls, two sleeves of balls, bottled water in ice coolers, food, and beverages. Sponsorships are also available.

Money raised will got to the Harold Berkman Memorial Fund and the Limo Patriot Ride, the two leading limousine industry charities.

To secure a golfing spot, email [email protected] For a sponsorship, contact NLA executive director Sarah Gazi at [email protected]

Related Topics: charity, Harold Berkman Memorial Fund, ILCT 2017, industry charity, Las Vegas, LImo Patriot Ride, National Limousine Association

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Comments ( 1 )
  • Gina Alexander

     | about 2 years ago

    Grooved and dimpled balls seem pretty minor in comparison to all that, except that they might be easier for your casual athlete to come by.

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