IEOC 2016 Foundation Invitational Golf Tournament Registration Now Open

Attention ALL golfers—weekend hackers to club pros—registration for the IEOC Invitational Golf Tournament is now open. This is a golf outing you don’t want to miss.  Scheduled for a shotgun start at noon on Monday, August 15, this event is the perfect way to network with your fluid power industry colleagues while enjoying a summer afternoon.

The IEOC Invitational Golf Tournament has grown from 42 golfers to 100+ golfers since it first hit the links in 2008. And has become known as the “official” start to the NFPA Industry and Economic Outlook Conference. For 2016, the tournament will again be held at Chevy Chase Country Club, a beautiful public course that is a long 3-iron shot away from the Westin Chicago North Shore.  Played in a “Scramble” format, this outing appeals to golfers of all levels and is structured for fun, casual competition with just the right number of prize holes to add some excitement but not slow the pace.  Plus, lots of sponsorship opportunities to make sure your company gets the best visibility at this industry event.

At the finish, all golfers will enjoy the NFPA Industry and Economic Outlook Conference Welcome Reception.  A great way to cap off the day with a hosted bar, lots of food, and the tournament prizes. And, invite your customers!  This networking event is for everyone, and we’ve made it easy to invite guests with a foursome discount.

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