Hole In One Insurance News from Hole In One International

Golf Contest Winner Scores $5K in Dice Roll

Fairbanks, Alaska – Congratulations to golf contest winner Stewart Thompson of Fairbanks who recently won $5,000 courtesy of Explore Fairbanks and MAC Federal Credit Union and paid for by Hole In One International’s sister company, Odds On Promotions.

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Thompson won the cash prize after he rolled a set of 4″ dice and got three “MAC Federal Credit Union” logos during a pre-tournament reception at the Wedgewood Resort in Fairbanks.

The dice roll, which was a new addition to the 19th Annual Morris Thompson Memorial Golf Classic, gave six randomly selected golfers (two on Saturday at the reception, and four on Sunday at the golf course) the chance to roll the dice and win prizes. Had Thompson, or any of the other five contestants rolled three “Explore Fairbanks” logos they would have won $20,000, also to be paid by Odds On.

The tournament was established by the Doyon Foundation and takes place annually at the Chena Bend Golf Course in Fairbanks. It is a fundraiser for the Foundation’s Morris Thompson Scholarship Fund, an endowed fund benefiting Alaska Native higher education students. This year’s event raised over $119,000. Since inception of the event, the Foundation has awarded 202 Morris Thompson Memorial competitive scholarships totaling $479,180.

Interested in running a dice roll at your next special event or as part of your upcoming golf tournament? Want to have a golf contest winner of your own? Email or give us a call today at 800-827-2249.

Hole In One Insurance Pays Off for Texas Man

Lima, Ohio – This May, Thomas Smith of Tomball, Texas won a unique prize… a $100,000 hearse, courtesy of S&S Superior Coach Company, and paid for by a hole in one insurance policy from Hole In One International.

Hole In One Insurance Winner - Thomas Smith

Smith won the Cadillac XTS Masterpiece hearse during the National Museum of Funeral History’s 25th Annual Charity Golf Tournament after he aced the 205-yard 4th hole on the Lake Course at the Kingwood Country Club using a driver.

Created to support the museum and its mission, educating visitors about one of man’s oldest cultural rituals and celebrating the rich history of funeral service, this fundraising golf tournament brings together business executives and funeral industry professionals from across the country who take to the greens to ensure the growth and preservation of the museum and its programs.

Been asked to sponsor a golf event in your community? Interested in hole in one insurance, or learning more about how you can use prize insurance to showcase your organization at a sporting event this Fall? Looking for creative ways to drive traffic and sales for your business? Email or give us a call today at 800-827-2249 to learn more.

Conditional Rebate Results in $30K Win

Jackson, Miss. – When Tiger Woods won his fifth green jacket at The Masters this April, roughly 200 people received free clothing, courtesy of The Rogue, and paid for by Hole In One International’s sister company, Odds On Promotions, in a conditional rebate promotion.

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For the past few seasons, The Rogue, an upscale men’s clothier in Jackson, has been running a promotion where if Tiger Woods won the Masters, everyone who purchased clothing during the week prior to the tournament, would receive a 100% rebate on all of their purchases.

This year, The Rogue not only made the same 100% rebate offer, they sweetened the deal by giving everyone a 20% discount on all purchases made during the promotional period. The retailer sold just over $30,000 worth of apparel before Woods shot a three-under 69 to claim his fifth green jacket, and Odds On was there to write the check to The Rogue and all their patrons.

For more information on creating an effective campaign using a sports or weather-based conditional rebate promotion to draw attention to your cause or business, email or give Hole In One International or Odds On Promotions a call today at 800-827-2249.

Hole In One Winner Armando Bustamante

Laredo, Tex. – Congratulations to hole in one winner Armando Bustamante who won $100,000 this May, courtesy of IBC Bank-Laredo and paid for by Hole In One International.

Hole In One Winner Armando Bustamante

Bustamante won the big bucks after he aced the 135-yard 12th hole with a 7-iron during the 36th annual IBC-Laredo Open Golf Tournament, which took place at the Laredo Country Club. According to witnesses, it was a great straight shot that landed about 5 feet from the hole and just rolled right in … and then the crowd went wild.

This was Bustamante’s second hole in one and it was the second time a lucky golfer had a big pay day at this event; the tournament had another $100K winner in 2017.

Are you ready to make the most of your next golf sponsorship opportunity and have a hole in one winner of your own? Give us a call today at 800-827-2249 to learn more about how easy and affordable it is to add the excitement of a big hole in one prize to your event.

Our Latest Million Dollar Shootout Winner!

Congratulations to our Million Dollar Shootout winner Ted A., who won a $1,000,000 prize courtesy of The Founders Club, LLC, and paid for by Hole In One International.

Ted won the million-dollar prize after he and three other golfers all qualified to participate in a post-outing shootout event. But, what makes this story even more incredible, is that 3 of the 4 participants qualified for the shootout by making a hole in one, when getting closest to the pin would have cut it. Watch the congratulatory winner video.

Million Dollar Shootout Winner - Ted

According to Pine Hills Country Club policy, when a member in the Hole In One Club makes an ace, the country club hosts an outing and a dinner to recognize the acemaker’s achievement.

This past September, during such a recognition outing, Reed Schmidt of The Founders Club, LLC sponsored a million-doAccording to Pine Hills Country Club policy, when a member in the Hole In One Club makes an ace, the country club hosts an outing and a dinner to recognize the acemaker’s achievement. This past September, during such a recognition outing, Reed Schmidt of The Founders Club, LLC sponsored a million-dollar shootout contest.

Outing participants could qualify for the million dollar shootout by getting closest to the pin on a designated par 3. As it turns out, a truly unbelievable total of three players qualified by making a hole in one, while Tom qualified with closest to the pin.

But, the story doesn’t end there… when it came time for the big bucks, Ted who has a 7.1 handicap, hit another hole in one during the actual shootout event… leading to the 4th ace of the day – and better still – scoring the million dollar prize.

Want to reward a great shot at your tournament? Ready to have your own winning story at your golf event this year? Visit Hole In One International’s website and then give them a call at 800-827-2249 to learn more about how easy and affordable it is to add the thrills of a million-dollar shootout prize to your next golf event.



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