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* NEW DATE DEC. 3* TCBA & TCYLA Charity Golf Tournament
December 3, 2018
Due to the weather, the TCBA/TCYLA Golf Tournament has been postponed to December 3, 2018.
To learn more or volunteer, please continue reading below or email Clark Rucker.
TCYLA is teaming up with the Tarrant County Bar Association for our annual charity golf tournament. In addition to being a fun event for members of both the area business and legal communities, proceeds from this event will benefit the charity work of the Tarrant County Bar Foundation.
This event is not possible without the generous support of leaders and businesses. This year we need both Golf Sponsorships and Banquet Sponsorships. Golf Sponsorships are the traditional sponsorships for each hole as well as for the longest drive and closest to the pin competitions. Golf Sponsorships are tax deductible and go directly to benefit the Tarrant County Bar Foundation, which was established in 1997 to support and expand its commitments to “justice, service, and professionalism” by funding important community service projects. These projects include providing legal services to needy citizens and educating the public about their legal rights and responsibilities.
Banquet Sponsorships help cover the food/beverage costs, including the post-tournament reception. While the Banquet Sponsorships are not tax deductible, they are crucial to the success of the tournament. The Banquet Sponsorships drastically reduce the tournament’s overhead, enabling TCYLA and TCBA to keep the entry fee low enough to include young professionals and students.
All sponsorships include prominent tournament signage featuring the sponsor’s name. Golf Sponsorship signage will be posted at each sponsored hole. Banquet Sponsorship signage will be displayed at the clubhouse throughout the tournament and banquet. All sponsorships include recognition in promotional materials and at the awards ceremony. Sponsors will also get a discount on a golf team. In addition, sponsors will receive recognition in TCYLA’s e-newsletter, which is circulated to several hundred area lawyers.