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Aug 5, 2021

9th Annual GMAPCC Golf Outing

Location: Bridges Golf Course

bridges golf course

GMAPCC 9th Annual Golf Outing


Thursday, August 5, 2021
Bridges Golf Course

bridges golf

2702 Shopko Dr. | Madison, WI 53704

The GMAPCC is planning to hold its golf outing again this year. We are optimistic that the dangers of COVID-19 will be receding towards the end of the year. It appears that many of you are also as optimistic. We have 8 teams registered and half of the holes are sponsored. If you are eager to meet with your colleagues and friends in the mailing industry again, join us. We will keep all who register informed about any changes with this event.

7:00 AM CST - Registration

8:15 AM CST - Shotgun start

Price:  $99 

Registration fee includes: 18 holes of scramble golf, breakfast in the morning and lunch after golf.

Register as single, twosome or foursome.  

 Awards and door prizes. Every golfer will win a prize!

If you don't golf but want to join in on the fun, use these Registration OPTIONS: 

  • Ride a Golf Cart around for 9 holes - $29 (Discount Code CART29) NO GOLFING
  • Ride a Golf Cart around for 18 holes - $39 (Discount Code CART39) NO GOLFING
  • Lunch only - $15 (Discount Code LUNCH15) NO GOLFING
  • Lunch and Ride a Golf Cart around for 9 holes - $44 (Discount Code LUNCHCART44) NO GOLFING
  • Lunch and Ride a Golf Cart around for 18 holes - $54 (Discount Code LUNCHCART54) NO GOLFING

Hole Sponsorship - $175

For more information about the event or sponsorships please contact Tom Diring at tdiring@unitedmailingservices.com

 Meet and network with other mailers, business mail providers, USPS representatives and GMAPCC members.

$ 99.00

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