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CoreXalance annual Golf Day 2014 in aid of Legacy Apprentice Program

Issued by: CoreXalance | 15 May 2014 12:53
CoreXalance is excited to announce that it will, once again, be hosting its Annual Golf Day on 8 August 2014 at Killarney Country Club in Johannesburg.
All profits will go towards the Legacy Apprentice Program which will give young, passionate and driven individuals the soft skills and practical work experience they would need in order to enter the job market.

We invite you to participate in one of the following ways:
  • Sponsor a hole @ R5,000
  • Sponsor a hole (incl. a four ball) @ R8,000
  • Sponsor the Putting Green (incl. a four ball) @ R10,000
  • Sponsor the Clubhouse (incl. a four ball) @ R15,000
  • Sponsor PRIZES of your choice
  • Sponsor goody bag items (golf balls, sunscreen etc.) for the players
  • Monetary sponsorship
  • Play a four ball @ R4,000
There are only 30 four balls available, so please book as soon as possible to not be disappointed!

Your participation in our Legacy Apprentice Program will also be welcomed. CoreXalance is looking for businesses where its apprentices can shadow and learn how businesses operate.

For more information, or to book your spot for the Golf Day, contact Tanya Meyer: 011 476 1533 or .

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