Executive Women's Golf Association kick-off event


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Press release submitted by EWGA


Quad Cities EWGA Chapter to build more than great connections annual kick-off event

Bettendorf, IA, February, 27, 2014 – Started in 1996, the Quad Cities chapter of the EWGA – the organization for current and aspiring business and professional women - is celebrating its 18th year of connecting women through the game of golf. To mark this milestone, the chapter's annual Kick Off will include league registration, vendor booths, and introductions to our organization at the iWireless Center on April, 8, 2014, 5pm.

The Kick Off will feature an opportunity to purchase products and services from our vendors and sponsors, participate in some fun golf course trivia, and have a wonderful meal with our members and guests.To attend this anniversary chapter kick-off, register online at www.ewgaqc.com. Email quadcities@ewgachapter.comwith any questions.

"We invite all women throughout the community to join in our celebration. Come and discover what golf can bring to your life and the wealth of opportunities that EWGA membership provides," says Jolene Allen, president of the Quad Cities chapter. "We are building more than great connections. Whether you are an experienced golfer or are interested in learning and have never played – this is your opportunity to get involved, meet more women and have more fun. Come meet women that have the potential to change the course of your life."

TheQuadCities chapter offers an abundance of affordable organized golf, networking, learning and community that fit the needs and schedule of today's working women. This year's schedule of events includeseducational events to improve your game, leagues at my courses around the area, and networking events off the course.For further information, see www.ewgaqc.com

About the EWGA
As the largest women-focused amateur golf association in the United States, the EWGA has connected more than 100,000 professional women who share a passion for cultivating relationships and who wish to play golf for business. Offering a wide range of affordable organized golf activities and educational programs, this award-winning association has been driving social and networking opportunities for women through the game of golf since 1991. With EWGA Chapters located in more than 120 cities throughout the United States as well as in International locations including Bermuda, Canada, Italy and South Africa, the EWGA is an active participant in hundreds of communities. EWGA is a tax exempt 501(c)(6) membership association. For more information about the EWGA and its membership, visit www.ewga.com.

















 




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