STAATSBURGH, N.Y. -- Eliza Bozenski, director of the Anderson Foundation for Autism, announced the return of the Anderson golf tournament, now renamed the Anderson Center for Autism Golf Classic, on June 16 at the Dutchess Golf Club.
“After a one year hiatus, we’re very happy to bring back one of our most popular events,” she said.
Patrick Paul, currently Anderson’s chief operating officer, who has been named incoming chief executive officer, added “This is an event that receives unprecedented support from both businesses and the golfing community, so we’re delighted to respond to their demands that we reinstate it! It is a fun day that helps to support the children and adults of Anderson Center for Autism.”
Eliza Bozenski explained, “the Golf Classic has many sponsorships and participation opportunities, and each player receives a gift bag and there are raffles, hole in one prizes and more.”
The listed sponsorships include descending levels of advertising and acknowledgement both before and throughout the festivities.
Those interested in sponsorships or in attending the Anderson Classic should contact Kelly Dooley at 845-889-9208 or at KellyDooley@ACenterforAutism.org or visit this link to register and pay online.
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