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Brendan Seery and Alex Eliseev to host the ABF President's Cup golf day

The ABF's President's Cup golf day - the more formal of the two Gauteng golf days - is set for 20 May at the Wanderers golf club.
"We have received great support from the industry," says Sharlene Vallance, Fundraiser for the ABF. "As this is the more formal of the two golf days, it provides great networking opportunities and allows agencies, media owners and clients to mix and interact."

"This year we are lucky enough to have two generous sponsors on board, Face First Media, who will be sponsoring shirts for our golfers, and NAB, who will be sponsoring halfway house," she says. "Our coup de gras is definitely securing both Brendan Seery, Executive Editor of The Star and Media and Marketing Editor for Independent Newspapers, to MC our event and to have Alex Eliseev from 702 Eye Witness News to network with our golfers.

"We value support from high-profile industry figures who selflessly give of their time to raise money for the Advertising Benevolent Fund. The ABF has been around for 45 years and it's vitally important to us that we raise awareness of our organisation so that we are in a position to help those who have fallen on bad times."

To book a fourball please contact az.oc.ten@enelrahS. Fourballs cost R2,800 and include green fees, dinner, a shirt and halfway house.

Advertising Benevolent Fund
Everyone knows the ABF in the ad industry, well that's how it used to be. With the constant flow of fresh blood being injected into our industry, the ABF has seemed to be left in the forgotten realms of the minds of the veteran crews of advertising.
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