(May, 1 2017) Raleigh, North Carolina. Holly Hill Hospital will host its 4th Annual First Responder Charity Golf Tournament on Friday, June 16, 2017 to raise money for the families of fallen first responders through The 200 Club of Wake County.

The tournament will be held at the Lonnie Poole Golf Course at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC. Breakfast and registration will begin at 8 a.m., followed by a shotgun start at 9 a.m. ET. Entrance fees are $130 per player ($95 for first responders), and include all meals, range balls and cart and greens fees. The event will be a four-person scramble format.

Prizes include 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes, a hole-in-one trip for two to Hawaii and various raffle items including a stay at Duck, NC’s Sanderling Resort, athletic event tickets and a 50” flat screen television. An awards reception will follow the tournament. Corporate, individual, and team sponsorships opportunities are available.

“We are so pleased to host our fourth annual first responder charity golf tournament and honor those who risk their lives for our safety every day,” said Holly Hill Hospital’s Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Amanda Johanson. “Since 2013, this event has raised over $30,000 for the families of fallen first responders in Wake County. Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, we look forward to another year of record-breaking fundraising for The 200 Club’s wonderful mission.”

About The 200 Club of Wake County

Mission

The 200 Club of Wake County is an organization of concerned citizens dedicated to supporting First Responders living or working in Wake County. The primary mission of The 200 Club is providing immediate financial help for the families of First Responders living or working in Wake County who lose their lives in the line of duty. In addition, members of The 200 Club want our First Responders to know that the citizens of Wake County support them for the risks they take and protection they provide, every shift of every day.

Supporting First Responders and Their Families

In addition to its primary goal of providing immediate financial support to the families of First Responders who lose their lives in the line of duty, the 200 Club also provides college scholarship assistance for their surviving children or spouse. Recently, the 200 Club began an initiative to support programs that assist our first responders and public safety officers directly, with a variety of issues they face on a daily basis.

You can learn more about The 200 Club of Wake County at 200clubwakecounty.org.

For media inquiries or to register an individual, a team, or to become a tournament sponsor visit please contact:
Ashley Orlovich
Director of Business Development
Holly Hill Hospital
Office: (919) 250-7056
Email: [email protected]