(Central, La.) - The Central Chamber of Commerce’s annual Golf Scramble will benefit Central City Autism Awareness for the second year in a row.
The golf scramble, with the theme “Spooky Mask Bash” in 2020 will be held at Greystone Golf and Country Club on Oct. 19. The Chamber’s golf committee selected Central City Autism Awareness to receive at least 10% of the proceeds of the event.
“We are excited to be able to benefit such an awesome Central based organization at our Golf Scramble. Central City Autism Awareness serves the special needs community with the same kind of intentionality that we use to use to serve the business community. So, their mission is one we believe in,” said Ron Erickson Sr., Central Chamber CEO.
Players can win 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes in addition to a hole in one competition and raffle. For the first time this year, sponsors with corporate tents can also compete for Best Décor, Best Food or Best Party Sponsor.
“This year has not been what anyone expected but we won’t let that hold us back,” said Michael Loolara, Golf Committee Chair. “The 2020 Golf Scramble will be more fun than any we’ve had before.”
There are only nine corporate tent sponsorships available, so the Chamber encourages anyone interested in an exclusive hole set up to register now. To sponsor or play at the golf scramble, sign up at www.cityofcentralchamber.com.
The Central Chamber of Commerce is a 501 © 6 membership organization that serves its members and community by promoting and protecting a pro-business environment.
Central City Autism Awareness, Inc., a non-profit with a mission to elevate awareness for those with Autism Spectrum Disorder by collaborating with families, therapists, and educators in a loving community.