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Register for the Michigan Corn Growers Association Golf Outings

Tee off Aug. 7 and Aug. 16.

July 8, 2007

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Michigan Corn Growers Association members are invited to register for for one of MCGA's annual golf outings.

On August 7, members will tee off at the Blackberry Patch Golf Course in Coldwater at the fifth annual MCGA Southern Michigan Golf Outing. On August 16, Ubly Heights Golf and Country Club in Ubly will host the 13th annual MCGA Thumb Area Golf Outing.

Check-in for both outings begins at 9 a.m. with a shotgun start at 10 a.m. The format is a scramble, making it fun for golfers of all skill levels to play. Participants will enjoy lunch while on the course and will conclude the day with dinner and a short awards ceremony.

All MCGA members and supporters are welcome to attend, however, pre-registration is required. Space is limited to the first 144 participants for each location, those still interested are encouraged to register as soon as possible. Sponsorship opportunities are also still available, allowing industry professionals to interact with the state's corn growers while on the course.

Participants will receive the following with their registration:
• 18 holes of golf with a cart
• Doughnuts & coffee, lunch and dinner
• Awards
• Chance to win door prizes
• A day filled with fun and networking
• A package of degradable, corn-based golf tees

The early registration cost is $40 per person for MCGA members, and $75 per person for non-MCGA members. Early registration for the Southern outing must be postmarked by July 13 and for the Thumb outing must be postmarked by July 23. After the early registration deadline the cost is $60 per person for MCGA members and $100 for non-MCGA members. There must be at least one MCGA member golfer registered with every foursome. Registration information was mailed to MCGA members and is available online by visiting www.micorn.org.  

For additional information, to register for the event, join MCGA, or discuss sponsorship opportunities, please contact the MCGA at 1-888-323-6601 or visit www.micorn.org.

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