The 1st Annual Alabama Tee IT Up for TechBridge Golf Tournament

Planned April 2022
Location TBA

We’re planning something GREAT! The National Society for Information Management (www.simnet.org) and the Alabama CIO Leadership Association (www.alabamacio.org) invite you to join us at the 1st Annual Alabama Tee IT Up for TechBridge Golf Tournament in April 2022. This will be the only occasion during the year that affords you the opportunity to network with senior IT decision-makers affiliated with SIM, AlabamaCIO, and TechBridge. 

All proceeds benefit TechBridge, a nonprofit that drives community impact by bringing affordable technology and business expertise to other nonprofits. We look forward to your participation and support. 

Golfer Image

During our April 2021 tournament in Georgia, we had over 250 golfers participate! Check out the video to the right to get a sneak peek at what the tournament is like:

Event Schedule

TBA

TechBridge Executive Team at Golf Event

Important Info Relating to COVID

  • Optional: Face shields/masks can be worn if preferred. 
  • Hand sanitizer will be available at registration and on holes throughout course. 
  • Sponsors will be assigned up to two (2) carts to be used by the marketing teams to set up and take down at assigned hole(s) on the course.

Silent Auction & Raffle 

Our charity golf tournament will feature a silent auction and a raffle. If you are interested in donating an item to the silent auction, please contact TechBridge at events@techbridge.org. All donors are recognized in the event program. 

Sponsorships start as low as $1,500, and we have some fantastic opportunities available. Space is limited, and the tournament is expected to sell out early so reserve your sponsorship now! 

Questions?

If you would like more information or have questions, please contact us!

Ky Harrison

Ky Harrison 

kharrison@techbridge.org 

404-913-9542 

Mark Farbman

Mark Farbman 

teeitup@techbridge.org 

678-467-0453 

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