Running a shoot-out can be a very effective way to boost attendance and raise funds for your organization. Whether you add a $1,000,000 shoot out to your existing golf event or run one as a stand-alone event, a shoot-out is a fun way to attract attention and bring added excitement to your next event.
However, if you are worried about the risk of offering a million-dollar prize during your shoot-out, you should know that by working with an insured prize promotions company, you’ll be able to offer the million dollars worry-free.
That’s because if someone makes an ace during your event, the insurance company, not your organization, will pay for the prize. Continued
Have you or your golf event committee every considered running a putting contest but weren’t exactly sure where to start? Hole In One International can help!
Used extensively by golf tournament organizers as well as corporate and special event sponsors, putting contests, featuring large insured prizes, can help you generate greater publicity, increase attendance, and add excitement to your next tournament or fundraising special event. Even better, you can run a putting contest indoors or out.
Depending on your budget, the amount of time to you have available, and the format of your event, you can select from either a single-putt putting contest or the three-putt combination putting contest. And, as is the case with hole in one insurance, the cost of your putting contest insurance coverage will vary based upon the length of the putt, the number of people who will be putting and the size of the prize you would like to insure.
You can read more about how putting contest insurance works or give Hole In One International a call today to speak with one of our putting contest coverage specialists.
Who says a great golf promotion needs to take place at a golf course? Certainly not Mitch Lamborn with Tee Time Golf Complex. To bring added attention to his business, he teamed up with the Evansville Otters and gave randomly selected fans a chance to win $10,000 if they could make a “hole in one” in the outfield.
Port Huron, Mich. – Former baseball player and Detroit Tiger Milt Wilcox is certainly better known for his pitching than his putting. However, this June, during the Shawn Burr Foundation’s Shoot To Win putting contest, Wilcox holed an amazing 50-yard putt winning $20,000 paid for by Hole In One International.
Incorporating a putting contest that features an enticing prize is a wonderful way to generate additional sponsorship dollars and raise more funds during any golf event. And, when you purchase putting contest coverage from Hole In One International, you don’t have to worry if a “pinch putter” shows up and holes the shot, because we’ll be there to write the check.