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Top Reasons to Golf in the JA Golf Classic!

We are wrapping up the end of summer, and already looking toward fall! Two months from Wednesday (nine weeks from today!), we will be perfecting our backswing at the Inaugural Junior Achievement Golf Classic! 

The event will be Monday October 8 at the Wichita Country Club. Registration begins at 8:00AM with the tournament kicking off with a shotgun start at 10:00AM. We already know that you're excited to register, but in case you still need a little push, here are the Top 6 Reasons to Golf in the JA Golf Classic. 

  1. Food & Fun! Golfers will have a great breakfast, food stations throughout the course, and a cocktail hour upon conclusion of the tournament.
  2. No "Case of the Mondays" for you! Instead of bogging yourself down with the post-weekend blues, come and golf - start your week off on a high note! 
  3. Networking - The JA Golf Classic is a great place to meet people from other industries or your own industry! We take care of the small talk becuase you already have two things in common to get the conversation going - golf & JA!
  4. Team Outing - What a better way to bond as coworkers than to set up a golf team? 
  5. Health - If you skip the golf cart, think of all the steps you'll rack up on your fitbit by golfing! 
  6. The WHY. Becuase of you golfing in the tournament, JA of Kansas continues to be able to serve over 10,000 students in over 440 classrooms in the Wichita area, teaching them invaluable skills from over 400 business volunteers that double as role models. 

What more reason do you need? Don't waste any more time - register to golf in the inaugural Golf Classic HERE


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