The 2016 AMASA Open will take place at the Parkview Golf Course on Thursday, 12 May 2016. The sponsors for this event have come in fast and furiously and we look forward to a competitive and team spirit building tournament.
“AMASA is happy with the response that we have received from the media and advertising industry so far. The bookings for four balls and sponsorships have been good, however, there are still a few four-balls left and we hope to see more clients and agencies come join us for a good round of golf and some great networking,” says Wayne Bischoff, AMASA Committee Chairman.
A big thanks goes out to the sponsors that are already on board, these include SABC, eTV, JCDecaux, Outdoor Network, Spark Media, Primedia, Cinemark, FGI, AD24, United Stations, MediaMark, Boo Media, Forbes Magazine and Trudon.
Our annual golf day has been marked by great golfing fun as we witness more than 20 teams contend for the coveted AMASA Open Trophy, we look forward to seeing who takes the trophy back to the office in 2016.
AMASA looks forward to hosting you once again at our hugely successful event. Please remember that this day is in support of AMASA, whose primary focus is on furthering the education of the industry. Lastly, we still have availability of some key holes up for sponsorship and any other special requests will accommodated", Quinton Scholes, AMASA Golf Project lead.
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