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  • How do you determine who drives the golf cart at the Tale of Two Cities: Charity Golf Tournament?

    How do you determine who drives the golf cart at the Tale of Two Cities: Charity Golf Tournament?

    Put aside the Rock, Paper, Scissors, and read this list to find out!


         You might be the driver if you:

    • Wore a T-shirt or other article of clothing representing your business
    • Brought your own water bottle 
    • Convinced your boss to attend the event 
    • Convinced your boss to attend the event after an initial decline 
    • Remembered to check the weather the day of
    • Made a mental list of the people you wanted to make sure you got a chance to talk to
    • Talked to someone new
    • Gave your contact info to a potential client or other chamber member
    • Brought a client from your business to the event 
    • Made at least one comment to the Casselberry Chamber that the Maitland Chamber will win back the trophy 
    • Attended last year’s tournament 
    • Win more than two holes in a row compared to the other person 
    • Get a Hole in One 
    • Introduce a client to a chamber member 
       

    There’s no qualifications list for not being the driver, everyone should get the chance to in the end. Another easy solution is to have one person drive all the even holes, and the other drive all the odd holes! 

     

    If you want to drive a golf cart and play golf, then consider joining the Tale of Two Cities - Charity Golf Tournament and help the Maitland Chamber of Commerce win back the trophy from the Casselberry Chamber of Commerce. The event takes place on March 5th, 2021 at the Casselberry Golf Club and a portion of the net proceeds will benefit New Hope for Kids. Register before it’s too late!

     

  • Thank you to our community business partner.

    Duke Energy