85 Broads Phoenix and NAWMBA presents: Understanding the Business of Golf
Scottsdale, AZ • March 29, 2012
85 Broads Phoenix and NAWMBA (National Association of Women MBA’s) invite you to “Understanding Golf for Your Business,” a seminar for professional women who want to develop business re...
Thursday, March 29, 2012 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM EDTTalking Stick Golf Resort
9998 East Indian Bend Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85250
85 Broads Phoenix and NAWMBA (National Association of Women MBA’s) invite you to “Understanding Golf for Your Business,” a seminar for professional women who want to develop business relationships through golf. Everyone can build business on the golf course!
Thanks to our presenting sponsor, Quarles & Brady LLC!
This active 2.5 hour program will be led by Debbie Waitkus, President and Founder of Golf for Cause. The seminar includes a casual golf experience with a mentor in each foursome, designed especially for newer golfers to help them feel at ease on the tees, as well as a presentation on capitalizing on the business success to be had on the golf course.
Fee: $75 per participant
Understanding the Business of Golf Timetable:
2:30pm Registration and networking
3:00pm Business golf 101: blending business, golf, social and gender etiquette; Captain Kim’s new golfer thoughts; creative business-golf outings & strategies for all skill levels
4:15pm Three holes of golf; each foursome will have a mentor
5:00pm Debrief & celebration!
Please register at Eventbrite: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/2946191137
Registration closes on Thursday, MARCH 22, 2012. (Seats are capped at 40, and are going fast! Please RSVP today so you don’t miss this great opportunity!)
There will be an optional introductory skills clinic from 1:30 to 2:15pm, prior to the main program. Cost is $15. If you’d like to participate, please note this on your event registration.*
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