California Fertilizer Foundation's Golf Tournament!

June 13, 207

As usual, the CFF Annual Golf Tournament is filling up fast, so don't wait and save your spot now! The tournament will be held on Tuesday, June 13th at the Stockton Golf and Country Club in Stockton, California. The tournament raises funds to support the Garden Grant Program, which annually awards $1,200 to 24 schools throughout California for new and existing school garden programs, and also contributes to the Student-Industry Dinners that provide university agricultural students with the invaluable opportunity to mingle and connect with industry representatives currently working in the plant science field. The majority of CFF's support comes through this golf tournament thanks to the participation and generous giving of individuals and corporations associated with the fertilizer and agriculture related industries.

We are very excited for another memorable event and would be delighted to have you join us at this year's tournament! Player registration is $275 and includes two mulligans, two raffle tickets, entry into the putting contest, tee prizes, on-course beverages, lunch and dinner, greens fee, cart and balls. There are several ways to show your support with various sponsorship levels: Eagle at $1,600 and Birdie at $1,300 both include a foursome of golf, sign and banquet recognition; Tee sponsor at $250 includes on-course sign recognition and program mention; and raffle prize donation for recognition at the banquet. You may also choose to make a financial contribution of your choice. If you have not received the forms, they may be accessed online at www.calfertilizer.orgFor more information, please contact Jennifer at

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