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How to Plan a Successful Company Golf Event


Golf is an IT provider’s secret sales and marketing weapon. Few other activities are more effective at deepening relationships with existing clients, or establishing relationships with new ones.

Targeted specifically at technology consultants, this guide walks you through the key steps involved in planning and executing a successful and ultimately profitable golf event.


This white paper sells for $19.95 – Really. You can buy it here: SMB Books / White Papers

But we’re going to GIVE you this white paper, so you can start planning a successful golf outing right away.


Why are we doing that?

Well . . . of course we have a motive. We want you to have a great event so you can make more money – and spend some of it on promotional products for your business. And if you need help with your golf outing, we want to help you there as well. We can order customized golf balls, tees, ball markers, towels, t-shirts, hats, coolers, and much more. Just ask!

Here’s all you have to do:

1) Add the white paper to your cart at SMB Books (click here)

2) Enter the code PMGolf and the price will drop to FREE

Here’s the table of contents for this paper:

Gold White Paper Table of Contents

As you can see, it’s chock-full of great information about selecting a course, deciding on a budget, and all the details you’ll need to think about for a great, successful event.

There is No Obligation once you order the white paper. We are happy to let you have it. We just hope you’ll come back and visit us when it’s time to buy your supplies.


Happy Golfing!


Rich FreemanAbout the Author:

A veteran writer, editor, and marketer, Rich Freeman has over 23 years of experience in the IT industry, including over eight years at Microsoft Corporation. Rich was founding editor and is currently senior consulting editor of ChannelPro magazine, a publication for resellers and managed service providers who serve small and midsize businesses. His work has also appeared extensively in Redmond Channel Partner magazine and on the websites of Computerworld, Network World, CIO, and InfoWorld magazines.