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Sponsorship and Marketing Packages Information

The 2020 Galecke Open golf tournament has been postponed until further notice.

Galecke Open Sponsorship and Marketing Information

Support UD students with one of these sponsorship or marketing packages:

 

Sponsorship Packages

Tower Sponsor - $25,000

  • Three teams of four golfers
  • Company logo on scorecards, one player gift, 1 pin flag, 4 tee signs
  • Lunch, dinner and cocktail party
  • Premier recognition in UD magazine, newsletters and website

Eagle Sponsor - $10,000

  • Two teams of four golfers
  • Company logo on scorecards, 1 pin flag and 2 tee signs
  • Lunch, dinner and cocktail party
  • Recognition in UD magazine, newsletters and website

Birdie Sponsor - $5,000

  • One team of four golfers
  • Company logo on 1 pin flag and 1 tee sign
  • Lunch, dinner and cocktail party
  • Recognition in UD magazine, newsletters and website

Par Sponsor - $2,500

  • One team of four golfers
  • Lunch, dinner and cocktail party
  • Recognition in UD magazine, newsletters and website

Marketing Packages

Apparel Sponsor - $2,500 - $4,500 

Premium Item- $4,500 (Generously Sponsored)
Titleist or Calloway Hat - $3,000
Premium Leather Glove - $2,500

  • Company logo on apparel item
  • Designated table at tournament registration to hand your apparel item to players, meet and greet and market your company
  • Dinner for 2 at tournament

Cocktail Hour Sponsor - $3,500

  • Recognition as cocktail hour sponsor
  • Company signage on event signage and table tents
  • 2 player spots (1 twosome)
  • Dinner for 2 at tournament

On Course Beverage Sponsor - $3,000 

  • Company logo on drink tickets
  • Company signage at beverage stations
  • 2 player spots (1 twosome)
  • Dinner for 2 at tournament

Air Cannon Sponsor - $1,500 (Generously Sponsored)

  • Tent placement on tee box to meet and greet and market your company
  • Recognition on registration screen
  • Recognition on banquet screen
  • Company logo on 1 pin flag
  • Dinner for 2 at tournament

Flag Sponsor - $750

  • Company logo on 1 pin flag
  • Dinner for 2 at tournament

Hole Sponsor - $500

  • Company logo on 1 hole sign 
  • Dinner for 1 at tournament

Interested in playing but not sponsoring?

  • Single Player - $500 includes dinner at the tournament
  • Foursome - $1,800 includes dinner for 4 at the tournament 

Thank you to our 2019 Galecke Open Sponsors.

Aramark Aristotle Capital
BDK, Inc.
Ben E. Keith
Bob Galecke
Boyle & Lowry LLP
Carl E. Zellers Golf Scholarship
Carpet Services, Inc.
Christus Health
CI Pavement
Cindi’s Deli
Commonwealth Title of Dallas
Condon Tobin Sladek Thornton
Dan Flaherty
DeSoto Janitorial Supply
Fairway Supply
Follett Higher Education Group
Fourth Street Advisors
Freeman Companies
General Sound
Gulf Energy Mechanical
Halff Associates
Hill & Wilkenson
J.D.C. Business Corp.
Joe and Kathy Murphy
Joe Oscar Neuhoff
John Plotts
Juniper Capital Management
Kane, Russell, Coleman, & Logan PC
LegacyTexas Bank
Mario Sinacola & Sons
Palladium USA
Patriot Power and Communications
Peach Tree Construction
Shermco
TechScape
The Catholic Foundation
Tri Dal Utilities, Ltd
Win Bell
Zenith Insurance Company/IMA Insurance

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