Mechanical Services of Central Florida, Inc. (MSI) is inviting the community to help “awaken the genius” in Orlando’s urban youth by teeing off in support of Frontline Outreach, Inc.
On Friday, September 30, MSI founder, Bill Dillard, will host the annual golf benefit at Orange County National Golf Course in Winter Garden. The event commemorates MSI’s business anniversary while also celebrating its commitment to serving the community by raising money for Frontline Outreach, one of Orlando’s oldest urban youth and community programs. The nonprofit has been equipping leaders through after-school leadership and technology programs since 1967. Frontline seeks to give every child the necessary tools to succeed in life by teaching them the L.E.A.D. Model – focusing on Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Academics and innovation Disciplines.
Advance registration is required; the deadline to sign-up individually or with a team by September 23, 2022. Sponsorship packages are also available. For more information contact Mary Cleveland or Dwight Mitchell:
Mary Cleveland: 407-206-5818 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Dwight Mitchell: 407-412-4230 or Dwight.Mitchell@frontlineoutreach.org
$200 Individual (includes Breakfast & Lunch)
$1,000 Bronze Foursome (includes Breakfast & Lunch)
$1,250 Silver Foursome (Includes Breakfast, Lunch & 1 Tee Sign)
$2,000 Gold Foursome (Includes Breakfast, Lunch, 1 Tee Sign & Private Hole Sponsorship)
$5,000 Platinum Two Foursomes (Includes Breakfast, Lunch, Recognition at Lunch, 1 Tee Sign, Hole Sponsorship Recognition on MSI’s LinkedIn Site)
$12,000 Diamond Two Foursomes (Includes Breakfast, Lunch, Recognition at Lunch, 1 Tee Sign, Recognition at Frontline Site)
Driving Range $400
Beverage Cart & Drinks Package $1,500
Hole Sponsorship $1,500
Friday, September 30
Check-in is from 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.
Golfers tee off at 8 a.m. (Shot Gun)
Orange County National Golf Course
16301 Phil Ritson Way
Winter Garden, Fla. 34787
ABOUT FRONTLINE OUTREACH
Frontline Outreach is one of Orlando’s oldest urban youth and community organizations that has been equipping leaders since 1967. The nonprofit seeks to give every child the necessary tools to succeed in life by teaching them the L.E.A.D. Model, which is focused on Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Academics and innovation Disciplines. For over 50 years, Frontline Outreach has been delivering programs for the development of ‘mind, body and spirit’. Most recently, the nonprofit has introduced Frontline Innovation Studios which exposes and prepares its students for careers in technology. To learn more about Frontline Outreach, visit http://www.frontline-outreach.org.