Clay Aiken – Meet Me In Palm Beach Gardens

Get out your calendar and put an X on February 1, 2010.  That is the announced date for the 3rd Annual Golfing for Inclusion event.  As in the past 2 years, the occasion will be held at the beautiful Country Club at Mirasol in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

Participants for the day will have a full schedule.  The event starts with Brunch followed by a Golf Clinic conducted by a PGA Professional.  After picking up tips from the Pro, the golfers will head to the links for a round of golf on the Sunset course at Mirasol. The golf tournament will be a scramble format.  Throughout the game, there will be contests and prizes including hole-in-one opportunities.

After the golf tournament, there will be an Awards Reception.  Winners of the golf competitions and team placements will be announced and recognized.  The day will conclude with a dinner which includes a live and silent auction and a performance by Clay Aiken.

According to the National Inclusion Project announcement:

Several levels of participation in Golfing for Inclusion are available.  A golf foursome is $2,000 and an individual golf spot is $500.  Each golf participant receives brunch, gift bag, photograph with team, golf with prize and award opportunities, and an invitation for you and a guest to the Awards Reception and Dinner and Entertainment with a performance by Event Host Clay Aiken.  Individual Dinner and Entertainment invitations can be purchased for $250.  Sponsorships and underwriting opportunities are also available.  To purchase Golf, Dinner and Entertainment invitations and Sponsorships, or for more information phone C & H Events at 561.394.9190 or email info@chevents.com.   Registration may also be completed online at www.inclusionproject.org/golf.

The Title Sponsor of the 3rd Annual Golfing for Inclusion event is Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America.  The company is part of Allianz SE, a global financial services group that is the 20th largest company in the world based on revenues, and employs nearly 155,000 people worldwide.

A Platinum Sponsor for Golfing for Inclusion is American Portfolios Financial Services, Inc. It is a full-service independent broker/dealer.

The National Inclusion Project serves to bridge the gap that exists between young people with disabilities and the world around them.  It is their goal to create an environment for children where inclusion is embraced.

At this time, the Project has programs in more than 38 states that make a difference in the lives of children of all abilities.

Clay Aiken is a multi-talented young man.  He has released five successful albums and toured throughout the United State eight times.  He penned a best-selling memoir in 2004.

Besides his work with the National Inclusion Project, Clay has been an ambassador for UNICEF since 2004, visiting countries in Africa, Asia and Mexico.

Clay recently signed with Universal Decca Records.  He plans on releasing his 6th album in early 2010.

The reports of the last two Golfing for Inclusions has been wonderful.  The golfers have the opportunity to play an exciting game and everyone has been impressed with the relaxed and fun event.

How’s your Golf Game?

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Comments

  1. EXCELLENT news! Clay Aiken's GFI is a wonderful event, and how exciting to read of Clay's new album release in early 2010..can't be early enough for me!

  2. Great news about Golfing For Inclusion! Great event for an even greater cause! Thank God for Clay and his heart toward people and not leaving anyone out or left behind! Waiting expectantly and excitingly for new music! I know it will be just wonderful, as always! To the golf game question….putt putt 🙂 MAE

  3. GFI sounds like a wonderful event. Warm weather, great golf, Clay singing, and most importantly raising money for children's programs. I wish I could play golf!

  4. Hoipe we get a GFI event on the west coast some day. Meanwhile, terrific news for those on the east

  5. I know I don't know how to golf…but, I'd surely like to go to The GFI some day. It is a wonderful event and not to be missed….and after all, the money goes to the children. So proud to be a fan of Clay, not only for his singing but also for his humanitarium ways.

  6. Musicfan,

    I'm marking my calendar and looking forward to the coverage of Clay Aiken and the 2010 Golfing for Inclusion. These are always such fun!

    Thank you for your kind comment in the Carolina blog. Have a great week!

    Caro

  7. Great blog about the Golfing for Inclusion event. Clay Aiken should be so proud that his vision for inclusion of all children is becoming a reality! I hope Golfing for Inclusion is a huge success.

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