Hole In One Insurance Leads to Vegas Vacation

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Hole In One International Picks Up the Tab

Toronto, Canada – Congratulations to Nick Vanovereem of Burlington, Ontario who won a 7-night Las Vegas vacation, courtesy of the Ontario Regional Common Ground Alliance (ORCGA), and paid for by Hole In One International.

Vanovereem, a field supervisor with Accuworx, won the $3,000 Vegas getaway, which includes both accommodations and airfare, after he aced the 176-yard, Hole 17 North, with a 5 wood, at the Station Creek Golf Club during the 12th Annual ORCGA Invitational Golf Tournament.

It was Vanovereem’s first hole in one – a fact made even more impressive in that he played the round with rented clubs.

Are you looking to add a bit more excitement to your next corporate golf event? Want to ensure that you make the most of your corporate sponsorship? Why not give every golfer the chance to win a trip to Las Vegas, Hawaii, The Masters or US Open?

For more information on creating an enticing hole in one insurance tournament prize package that will help you sell more sponsorships, showcase your brand, or raise more money for your cause, visit our website or give us a call today at 800-827-2249.

Hole In One Insurance Winner Aces Hawaiian Vacation

hole in one insurance winner - rob priebelPittsburgh, Penn. — Congratulations to Rob Priebel of Gibsonia, our latest big hole in one insurance winner, who recently won a seven night Hawaiian vacation, including airfare, courtesy of Triangle Tech, and paid for by Hole in One International.

Priebel won the prize after he aced the 150-yard 3rd hole, with a 7 iron, at the Treesdale Country Club during the 2nd Annual Casa D’Oro Jewelers’ Charity Golf “Bling” Event. It was Priebel’s 2nd hole in one.

The tournament, which is hosted and organized by Casa D’Oro Jewelers, is a fundraiser for the Ronald McDonald House of Pittsburgh.

Billed as a “bling” golf event, Casa D’Oro’s event lived up to its name featuring high-end prizes on every hole. Along with the trip to Hawaii, participants could have won trips to Jamaica and Las Vegas as well as a $10,000 jewelry spree, a $5,000 television, a $5,000 lighting package, plus diamond rings and elegant time pieces ranging in value from $13,900 to over $20,000.

Want to add a touch of bling to your tournament this year? You can offer a trip to Hawaii at your golf event for as little as $150. For more information swing by our website or give Hole In One International a call today at 800-827-2249!

Man Wins Trip to Vegas Courtesy of Insurance Agency

Fort Morgan, Colorado – Congratulations to Mike Wales of Fort Morgan who recently won a Las Vegas vacation, courtesy of Geoff Taylor of the Taylor Insurance Agency, and paid for by Hole In One International.   Wales won the prize during the Morgan County Rural Electric Association’s annual Invitational Tournament at the Quail Dunes Golf course.

Morgan aced the eight hole, his first in 24 years of playing golf, winning the 8-day, 7-night vacation for two.

The four-person scramble drew 34 teams — 136 golfers — from all over Colorado and several other states to compete in the two-day event. Proceeds from the tournament go toward the Morgan County REA Lineworker Scholarship program.Hole in one wins Vegas vacation.

Want to put some sizzle in your tournament this summer? You can add a Viva Las Vegas vacation package to your event for as little as $150!

For more information give us a call today! And remember, “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas!”

And remember, “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas!”

Putting Contest Winner Matt Norby Holes $3,000

Congratulations to Matt Norby!

Grand Forks, N.D. – This June during a putting contest at Edgewood Management Group’s 2nd Annual Longest Day Golf Tournament, Matt Norby of Grand Forks won an 8-day/7-night Hawaiian vacation, valued at $3,000, courtesy of Edgewood Management Group, and paid for by Hole In One International.

Norby won the prize after he holed an impressive 50-foot putt during a fundraising putting contest which took place on 9th hole at the Kings Walk Golf Course, immediately following the tournament.

To participate in the fuIM-Putting-NorbyMatt-H358121ndraiser, golfers made a donation and took a qualifying shot on the practice green. Those who successfully made the initial 25-foot qualifying putt took their best shot at a 50-foot putt. After getting closest to the hole in those semi-finals, Norby got the chance to take another 50-footer on the 9th hole, this time nailing the shot, winning the Hawaii vacation for two.

But winning the tropical trip wasn’t the only surprise of the day. Turns out Norby had bet that if made the putt, he’d take a little swim.  Check out the prize winning putt – and Norby’s celebration dip.

According to Hollie Britten, Corporate Sales and Marketing Manager with Edgewood Management Group, the morning-to-evening “Longest Day” event, recognizes those who live with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers.

“This event is about educational outreach as well as raising money for the Alzheimer’s Association. We hold an awareness walk – a quick 1 mile, followed by a community breakfast. The golf tournament begins mid-morning with the putting contest qualifying taking place all day on the putting green. Then, after the tournament we had the putting contest finals, followed by awards and a live band on the deck at the golf course,” explained Britten.

“Working with Hole In One International was very easy – very smooth. But of course the best part was getting to walk across the street to Matt’s office and hand him that vacation voucher. That was fantastic,” continued Britten.

We thought that was pretty fantastic too! Looking for an affordable way to support a great cause in your community? Check out more ideas or give Hole In One International a call today at 800-827-2249.

Edgewood Management Group owns and/or operates 53 independent living, assisted living and memory care communities in seven states. The organization raised an impressive $27,000 during their Longest Day events with all proceeds going to the Alzheimer’s Association.

 



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