SALT LAKE CITY, UT. (PRWEB) September 23, 2004
- Professional golfers do it all the time. Now amateur golfers have the opportunity to win $100,000 if they can hit a hole in one from 165 yards. Whether someone hits the hole in one or not, the person who hits closest to the pin will win a 2004 Harley-Davidson V-Rod! Best of all, proceeds benefit Operation Kids and its mission to help the Whole Child.
The promotion runs through Friday, Oct. 15. The shootout takes place on Monday, Oct. 18, at Hidden Valley Country Club in Sandy, Utah.
The campaign is presented by America First Credit Union, and sponsored by XanGo, Siegfried & Jensen, Golden Corral, Intermountain Harley-Davidson, KUTV-2, 101.5 The Eagle, Sports Radio 1280 The Zone, and X-96.
ÂThere are two great things about this promotion,Â says Rick Larsen, president of Operation Kids. ÂFirst of all, the money raised will benefit Operation KidsÂ mission to help the ÂWhole Child.Â And whether or not anyone hits the hole in one, someone is definitely going to win a screaming new Harley-Davidson V-Rod!Â
To enter the contest, simply visit any America First Credit Union location, participating Golden Corral location or Intermountain Harley-Davidson dealer and donate $10 to Operation Kids. In return youÂll get a paper OK KidÂ and an entry form. After the contest ends on Friday, Oct. 15, 50 names will be drawn out at random. Those 50 people will have the chance to shoot for the $100,000 or the Harley V-Rod. A hole in one wins the $100,000. Closest to the pin wins the Harley.
The shootout takes place on Monday, Oct. 18 at Hidden Valley Country Club. The distance from the tee box to the pin is 165 yards for men. Women shoot from a shorter distance. See official rules for an alternative form of entry.
About Operation Kids: Operation Kids is a 501(c)(3) public charity whose mission is to serve the needs of the Whole ChildÂ their education, safety, environment, health, welfare and well beingÂ by supporting a diverse group of effective and deserving childrenÂs charities with funds and other resources. Operation Kids reviews the operational efficiency and program effectiveness of noteworthy charities. Charities that serve children and which meet its stringent proprietary criteria are branded with the OK mark, and are deemed eligible to receive funds and other resources from Operation KidsÂ fundraising efforts.
Campaign Details: People may enter as often as they like. Fifty names will be drawn at random from all entries to participate in the shootout on Monday, October 18 at Hidden Valley Country Club. Golf hole is 165 yards to the pin for men, less for women. Additional entries increase the chances of your name being drawn out. Contest ends Friday, Oct. 15 and is open only to Utah resident 18 and older. Professional golfers are not eligible to participate in the shootout. See official rules for details and alternative form of entry. Official rules and a complete list of entry points are available at the Operation Kids website; http://www.operationkids.org/holeinone.html.