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Sacramento Valley RIMS Chapter Annual Golf Tournament and Fundraiser


Sacramento Valley RIMS Chapter Annual Golf Tournament and Fundraiser


Thursday, May 17, 2018

 

Mather Golf Course - 
4103 Zinfandel Drive
Mather, CA 95655

 

9:00 am Shot Gun Start

 

(Registration, Breakfast, Putting Contest and Driving Range: 8 - 8:45 am)

 

Best Ball, Scramble Format

 

Please join the Sacramento Valley RIMS Chapter at their annual Golf Tournament.  The proceeds of the tournament with help raise funds for grants and scholarships for students and professionals seeking education in the discipline of risk management plus allows Sacramento RIMS to subsidize other programming and events that our members enjoy.

 

HELP BRING MORE RISK MANAGERS
TO THE EVENT!

 

In an effort to bring more risk managers to the event, sponsorships over $201 include a free risk manager registration(s).

 

(Not included with traveling drink or drink hole sponsorships in order to provide sponsors of these to network instead of play.)

 

Proceeds also go to support the Spencer Education Foundation.

 

Spencer is the premier organization awarding scholarships and grants in risk management and insurance, and facilitating internship opportunities, as well as providing a Risk-Manager-in-Residence program to universities. Since our founding, we have awarded 906 scholarships totaling approximately $6 million, and $3.25 million in grants to universities and professional institutions for educational programs and conferences. 

https://www.spencered.org/

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