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According to Danny Page, Sales and Customer Service Manager for the event, “We are excited to raise funds through the tournament for the Canadian Cancer Society."
"The impact of cancer on individuals, families, loved ones and communities is enormous. The Kootenay Rockies Mountains of Gold Golf Event is a fun way we can come together to raise funds in our community for a very worthy cause that affects so many of us.”
The 2010 Kootenay Rockies Mountains of Gold golf tournament package includes 3 rounds of golf, 3 night‟s accommodation, daily draws and contests, nightly events, and the chance to qualify into the season ending Gold Rush Tournament.
It is an event designed to allow golfers of all abilities to have fun and enjoy the spectacular location.
A select few participants will be chosen based on lucky name draws, overall net scores, and skilled gross scores to be invited back to the season ending Gold Rush Tournament, expenses covered
Page adds, “The full package price is $579 per person for the weekend, however, we have a rate of $400 for local participants who may not require the accommodations."
"Non-golfers‟ who want to join in on the weekend experience with their partners, friends or colleagues, without participating in the tournament itself, can book their weekend accommodations package for an incredible price of $165 per person.”
Lori Stevenson, Revenue Development Coordinator for the Canadian Cancer Society Kootenay Region said, “We are so pleased to be part of an event of this calibre for the first time in the East Kootenay."
"The funds raised over the July 23-25 weekend for the Canadian Cancer Society will fund outstanding cancer research on all types of cancer, provide caring support programs for those living with cancer, and take steps toward eradicating cancer in our communities through leading cancer prevention initiatives.”
Volunteer Shane Westle adds, “This tournament is a perfect weekend for couples to enjoy and is also a great social gathering for groups of friends or workplaces.”
Westle adds, “Even if you don‟t end up qualifying to win the million dollar prize in Gold Rush Tournament, we all win by having fun, enjoying the beautiful area we live in, and by supporting the Canadian Cancer Society.”
The 2010 Kootenay Rockies Mountains of Gold charity weekend for the Canadian Cancer Society will take place from July 23-25.
For more information or to register, you can visit the website at www.mountainsofgold.com or contact the toll-free bookings and inquiries line at 1- 877-427-7847.
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