Abilene Chamber Military Affairs Committee Brings Back Beloved Busted Putter Tournament
Break out your collared shirts, khakis, and golf shoes. The Chamber’s beloved Busted Putter Golf Tournament is back this year on Oct. 25. This premier tournament for the Big Country aims to bring together local business leaders to enjoy fresh air while forging connections with our local Airmen.
“Whether you’re a golfer or not, this event allows you to connect and support our local Airmen in a variety of ways. We hope you’ll join us,” said Doug Peters, President & CEO.
Each team will be paired with an Dyess Hero and each player on each team received:
- Sunglasses from Maui Jim on-site
- Complimentary breakfast and morning cocktails
- Range balls
- Goody bag
- Seating and meals for the awards luncheon
Not a golfer? Not a problem! There are plenty of ways to get involved no golf skills required:
- Gain exposure for your business with sponsorship opportunities priced to fit every budget
- Showcase your company’s services to others by donating a prize for the goody bag
- Get involved by volunteering
Proceeds will support the Military Affairs Committee which includes the World’s Largest BBQ that thanks over 5,000 local military heroes and their families.
To secure your team, reach out to Ashley Knowlton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since 1908, the Abilene Chamber has served as a catalyst for business growth, a convener of leaders and influencers, and a champion for developing and promoting the economy and quality of life. For more information on the Chamber and the 1,200 businesses it represents, visit www.abilenechamber.com
The Military Affairs Committee is a public-private partnership of the Abilene Chamber of Commerce, Development Corporation of Abilene, individuals and businesses. Through its 300 members, MAC advocates for expansion and preservation of missions at Dyess and cares for the needs of military members and their families.