Feb 24, 2020Ag World Golf Classic taking registrations, sponsorships
Since its inception seven years ago, the Ag World Golf Classic has raised more than $425,000 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Inland Northwest.
The annual golf tournament fundraiser — hosted by JR Simplot, Lamb Weston, McCain Foods, Potato Growers of Washington and Ag World Support Systems — is expanding to two locations this year. The first event is in Kennewick, Washington, on June 2 followed by one in Moses Lakes, Washington, on June 4.
Last year, through the generosity of sponsors and donors, the Ag World Golf Classic donated $101,680 to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Inland Northwest, with donations totaling $427,647 over the past six years. The tournament is part of Ag World’s campaign to make a difference by supporting the Ronald McDonald House’s mission to strengthen local families and promote children’s health. By participating in the Ag World Golf Classic, golfers and sponsors are able to join the Ronald McDonald House in helping critically ill, chronically ill and seriously injured children and their families stay together during their medical care.
The Ag World Golf Classic is an 18-hole scramble which includes food and fun with Bar-B-Ques along the course, a cart for ease of play, all followed by an ice cream bar social.
Registration begins at 11 a.m., with a shotgun start to follow at 11:45 a.m.
In addition to joining the Ag World Golf Classic as a golfer, you can also consider being a sponsor. There are several levels of sponsorships, all providing exposure to potential business partners while at the same time supporting a great cause. Sponsorship includes advertising promotions at both events.
Find out about sponsorship opportunities or register in advance for the event at AgWorldGolf.com. Or contact organizer Warren Henninger at 509-760-2662.
Top photo — From left, Warren Henninger and Judy Henninger of Ag World Support Systems and Ronald McDonald House Inland Northwest Executive Director Michael Forness.