Whether your attendees will want to call it a bleisure (business/leisure) trip or a bizcation (business/vacation), your next meeting at a resort or lodge will provide all they need for success on both ends of the spectrum.
Plan B for Golf
Planning for outdoor events can be stressful. One thing that a planner has no control over is Mother Nature so what do you do when it comes down to weather canceling your golf outing?
Working with resorts or lodges, where the amenities and unusual space options are plentiful, allows you to easily come up with a Plan B. When the storm clouds come rolling in the morning of your highly anticipated golf outing, rest assured you can still create a fun day for your attendees!
A Primer on Golf Sponsorships
What’s that you say? Don’t know your birdies from your bogies and certainly don’t know anything about obtaining sponsors for that upcoming golf tournament your sneaky boss dropped into the program last week? Don’t despair – we’re here to help! And while you don’t necessarily have to know how to play the game of golf to be able to sell sponsorships, it wouldn’t hurt to learn a thing or two about the game so you can speak intelligently when the time comes. But we’re not aiming to teach you golf in this article, our goal is to help you sell sponsorships.
Countdown to a Successful Golf Tournament
Ideally, this all starts at least six months out from desired date, but many times courses need to be reserved much earlier. Additionally, many title sponsors are verbally secured in the beginning of each calendar year for budget reasons. By all means, use the checklist below as a starting point remembering that successful planners will always make it work within their given time frame.