Lake County Technology Firm PowerOne Seeks More Financial Support for Scholarship Fund with Golf Tournament

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PowerOne to host benefit golf tournament for Lake County Technology Scholarship Fund.

PowerOne, Central Florida’s provider of high-tech communications, telephone systems, Internet and computer services seeks to add to the PowerOne Technology Fund which was established in 2005 to aid motivated Lake County students who are seeking careers in technology related fields. This financial aid outlet was prompted in an effort to encourage Lake County residents to study technology related professions and perhaps come home to work in or start high paying wage businesses in Lake County.

The Second Annual PowerOne Golf Tournament will be held to contribute to this valuable endowment on October 7, 2006 at Deer Island County Club. Registration begins at 7:30am.

PowerOne is seeking sponsors, teams, and individual players to help the company reach its goal of $25,000 to further fund the Technology Fund. You can find more information at http://www.power1golf.com.

All players will play 18 holes of golf with a cart, receive a welcome gift, have an opportunity to win great door prizes, and enjoy an outstanding lunch and beverages. Key features of the event include special games and prizes throughout the day, and a raffle for an amazing grand prize. It promises to be a day of fun, food, and prizes that no golf enthusiast will want to miss! You will even have an opportunity to win a 2007 Chevrolet Avalanche in our Hole-In-One contest sponsored by Cecil Clark Chevrolet.

Current sponsors include PowerOne, Neil Fischer Realty, Cecil Clark Chevrolet, Pringle Development Retirement Communities, Data Graphics, Lake Receptions, Showcase Homes, Avvent, Inc., Florida Choice Bank, Shipley Law, Park Square Homes at SummerBrooke of Mount Dora, Graves & Spivey P.A., Bay & Lake Pharmacies, CTI Signs, Veredus, and Embarq, along with many other prominent Lake County Businesses and Community Leaders.

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