If you can swing a golf club and sign up to play in the Mayor’s Cup at The Broadmoor on May 17, you could you have a shot at a million bucks.
Mayor Steve Bach’s Communication Department announced today that “one of four randomly chosen golfers … could be an overnight millionaire.”
Here’s how it works:
“Mayor Bach will sign four golf balls placed into golfer sleeves. Golfers who find one at check-in could win the Windstream® Million Dollar Shot Contest,” a press release states.
“Upon conclusion of the Mayor’s Cup, golfers with a signed ball will head to the 18th fairway and have one shot to ‘hole out’ and potentially win $1 Million, paid in a 40-year annuity,” the press release states.
Windstream® is sponsoring the “One Million Dollar Shot Contest.” The provider of advanced network communications is one of 16 sponsors of the event. Companies that want to become sponsors can contact Kelly Bain via email at email@example.com or by phone at (719) 439-8997.
“It’s heartening to see so many companies and individuals step up to contribute to our community. Our enthusiastic Mayor’s Cup Sponsors are another example of that commitment,” Bach said in a statement. “The funds from this event, organized by volunteer Buddy Gilmore, will help us reach our Spirit of the Springs goals.”
Proceeds from the golf game will benefit Spirit of the Springs, a series of community-building initiatives launched by Bach.
To play in the Mayor’s Cup, register online at http://golferstournament.com/mayorscup/ or call Mary Scott at (719) 385-5248 to have a registration form mailed. The cost is $250 per golfer. Registration is almost full, the city said.
“We’re happy to be the presenting sponsor of this exciting part of the Mayor’s Cup,” Cliff Donnelly, regional director of Windstream®, said in a statement.
“It’s even more gratifying to support the Spirit of the Springs program in the community I call home,” he said.