August 12, 2019
Willow Crest Golf Club, Oak Brook, IL
Registration is now open for the 2019 NFPA Foundation Invitational Golf Tournament! This year’s tournament will be held at the Willow Crest Golf Club, which is on the grounds of the host hotel of the Industry & Economic Outlook Conference.
Played in a “Four Player Modified Scramble” format, this outing will appeal to golfers of all levels and is a fun, casual competition. Plus getting involved is easy. You can request your foursome, rent golf clubs, and sign up for sponsorships in your registration.
INVITE YOUR CUSTOMERS!
Strengthen your relationships or show your appreciation by inviting your customers to join you on the links. NFPA invites you to include your customers in your foursome. Customers do not have to be NFPA members to golf—all are welcome!
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