The tournament—a scramble format—will be held at Pine Creek Golf Course in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee—just a short ride away from the Opryland Hotel. Better golfers will enjoy the risks and rewards of the course, while the casual golfer won't be intimidated by forced carries. The cost for participating—which includes range balls, lunch, two drinks and a chance to win the $15,000 hole-in-one prize—is $100 per golfer.
"There is no better way to end the informative and energizing CAI Nashville Conference than with a relaxing round of golf, while advancing the interests of community association homeowners. Your entry fee supports CAI's Issues Advancement Fund, an important resource for enhancing the community association living through coordinated advocacy," said Steve Erd, Director of Government and Public Affairs for CAI.
CAI's Issues Advancement Fund, which accepts voluntary contributions from individuals, associations and businesses, was established to provide a resource base so that CAI is able to respond to unforeseen challenges, while advancing priority issues to protect member interests. Contributions to the Fund will also supports CAI's proactive advocacy agenda.
Pre-registration for this event is required. You have until Oct. 10 to sign up for an afternoon of fun and networking. If you have a foursome you'd like to play in, CAI will accommodate you. For more information, or to register, call CAI Central at (703) 548-8600, or visit CAI's Web site.
The Community Associations Institute is a nonprofit association created in 1973 to educate and represent the nation’s 205,000 community associations—condominium associations, homeowner associations and cooperatives. CAI members include homeowners, associations and related professionals and service providers.
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