Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Free White Paper - How to Put on a Successful Company Golf Event

I live in California, so golf season lasts twelves months of the year. But for many places, I understand there's an actual season for golf - and Summer's it.

Golf outings for your company can be a great way to get people together in a relaxed atmosphere. Whether it's for your established clients or hot prospects, an afternoon of golf can help you build relationships.

As you know, we tend to do business with people we know, like, and trust. Getting to know people outside the boardroom can do wonders for your business. And golf is a very popular way to do that.

But you have to do it right.

You don't want to spend too much or look completely disorganized.

We can help!

We just released a great white paper on How to Hold a Successful Company Golf Event - by well-know SMB author and reporter Rich Freeman.

It includes fifteen pages of tips on preparing for a successful event - including putting together a realistic budget. You can buy this white paper for $19.95 at SMB Books - and it's totally worth it!

Or you can head over to the Promotion Monkey web site and learn how to get it for FREE. Just go to http://www.promotionmonkey.com/golf-outing-promotion/ and follow the instructions.

Here's a peek at the table of contents:

If you're a regular reader of ChannelPro Magazine, you should be familiar with Rich Freeman's work. Rich was the founding editor and is currently senior consulting editor of ChannelPro magazine, a publication for resellers and managed service providers who serve small and midsize businesses. His work has also appeared extensively in Redmond Channel Partner magazine and on the websites of Computerworld, Network World, CIO, and InfoWorld magazines.

So . . . grab the white paper . . . and get in touch with me when it's time to plan the golf outing. We'd love to help you with shirts, golf towels, ball markers, awards, etc.



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